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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
981.  C.A Cardigan Having Fibroids has impacted on my life, affecting my general health and well-being and my work. For the sake of us sufferers, please do all you can to help!
980.  S.L Salford
979.  L.B DUNOON The whole miserable condition of fibroids needs to be researched thoroughly. Butchery seems to be the only option for large or bothersome fibroids. I feel let down by the NHS after being told by numerous gynaes to wait and see what happens with your fibroids. 3 years later and hoping for a myomectomy, my surgeon has now changed her mind and hysterectomy is my only option at 40. I am in so much pain from degenerating fibroids and the hospital wont do an emergency op as its not life threatening. Women are suffering,and not getting the help they need. Something needs to be done and now!
978.  M.A Luton, Beds
977.  L.H Swansea
976.  C.S Dorchester NHS choice seems to be hysteroscopy or full hysterectomy. surely there must be other options
975.  K.J London Women need to have better awareness of fibroids and more money needs to be invested in research and treatment.
974.  K.H Cheshunt Fibroids are a distressing matter for some women, including myself, and I feel that more research should be conducted in this area.
973.  J.B London
972.  C.B Bexleyheath We want and need more research so that women have more choices as to treatment, not just hysterectomy. "I don't know what you're keeping it for" was my doctor's comment. In 2012, this attitude is outrageous and offensive.
971.  C.N Northolt
970.  A.M Downpatrick I didn't even know what fibroids were until I got a diagnosis. If 40% of women are supposed to have them then why aren't they known about in the general population. I very much doubt I have spent my (so far) 20 years National Insurance contributions on NHS treatment, so I want some of them spent on publicising the existance of this condition and research into the condition!!
969.  J.H Sidcup, Kent
968.  P.E London
967.  M.M Birmingham
966.  A.J Bournemouth I would like to be able to find out more about fibroids and miscarriage and pregnancy as I feel that information is vague and GP's do not give enough info to fibroid sufferers
965.  P London
964.  W.A Blackpool
963.  D.S Welwyn Garden City
962.  F.D Liverpool
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