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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1042.  G.G Histon, Cambridge
1041.  D.A Chafford Hundred, Grays, Essex
1040.  L.G Halesowen For such a common problem more research and funding is needed. I suffer with painful heavy periods due to a fibroid and wonder if my symptoms will get worse as I am only 45. 3 of my aunts all had fibroids and all had to have an hysterectomy 20 odd years ago. Please add my name to petition.
1039.  S Leamington Spa I have had a 6cm fibroid which was diagnosed four years ago, before that I had a smaller one taken out by keyhole in 1997. I cannot believe that we have to have so much surgical intervention for a common but life affecting condition Upon visiting my local hospital, I was advised to have a hystorectomy, as fibroids tend to bleed greatly! I am due another scan soon, but I will not concede to such a drastic intervention...
1038.  J.P Wellingborough
1037.  C.G Martlesham Yes we need more research into this condition. Also greater awareness of the effects of HRT on fibroids.
1036.  M.E.G Llangurig
1035.  K.S Tring Research into fibroids and development of treatment options is essential for better healthcare for women. I've had unrecognised & untreated fibroids for over 10 years resulting in days off sick from work every month and almost constant anemia which leaves me exhausted all the time. The impact on a womans daily life is huge & the cost to the economy enormous. Please campaign for this important health issue to be taken seriously and raise awareness of the negative impact that it has for 1 out of 3 women and for society as a whole.
1034.  A.H Basingstoke
1033.  J.M CROYDON I have just been diagnosed with fibroids. I am feeling pretty scared as I didn't expect it and don't know anything much about them. I have no idea what treatment is available and what to do. Mine is large and I wish it had been detected earlier - I suspect that treatment options could be limited because of its size. More needs to be known about this condition.
1032.  T.L Halton, lancaster Not enough is done to help women with this condition. It effects our lives every month and we are fobbed off with useless pills that make no difference at all and just prolong our suffering. don't we women go through enough???
1031.  Y.C Westhope, Hereford Recently diagnosed, and told I might need a hysterectomy, Im reluctant as it may disappear after the menopause and I am 52. However the condition is making my life wretched. More research please as there has to be an alternative to surgery.
1030.  J.O Warrington More research has to be done on this as a sufferer.Lots of unbearable pain at times.
1029.  S.C Oxford Women get a raw deal when it comes to the treatment of fibroids.
1028.  M.B Southend on sea
1027.  W.A Clapham
1026.  S.B Honiton
1025.  N.B London
1024.  H.G London
1023.  D Programator
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