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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
932.  B.W Whitburn
931.  L.M Slough
930.  H.T Weymouth I had a 7cm fibroid causing constant pelvic pain, backache, nausea, frequent need to wee and very very heavy periods. I have been prescribed Esmya which is an emergency contraceptive a side effect of which is to shrink fibroids. So far after 2 weeks all pain gone and longer between trips to the loo. Course lasts for 3 months and I am optimistic but more research still needs to be done and perhaps fibroids can be prevented. Google Esmya.
929.  L.E Ashton-U-Lyne, Hope there will be a none- hysterectomy cure for fibroids in the future so ladies like me will be free from pain, heavy bleeding and misery.
928.  F.M Montreal QC CANADA I live in Canada but seeking surgery in Europe. funny huh!
927.  E.A Huddersfield
926.  T.R London
925.  K.W Heywood
924.  V.S Billericay,Essex
923.  S.T Sheffield
922.  A.H Glasgow
921.  K.S Wimbledon
920.  A.T Salisbury
919.  J.C Oban
918.  S.O CROYDON
917.  M.R Lancashire I think more time needs to be spent looking into fibroids, which affects so many lifes..and costs so much , time off work, medication, operations...for something that hopefull in future we will know more about.
916.  P Welwyn Garden City This disease has been around for years. Its about time there was more research done to help thousands of women still suffering from it.
915.  B.J Edgware It is outrageous that the real cause of fibroids is yet unknown and that surgery is the ultimate option for most women. There needs to be more research into this condition, so that a permanant cure and a means of preventing fibroids can be discovered....hopefully in our generation.
914.  B.H Neasden I have fibroid which affecting my quality of life but do not really want to go down the route of surgery, so more research would be good to avoid surgery.
913.  A.F Highworth Having suffered from heavy periods for some years I have recently been diagnosed as having several fibroids. Life has been extremely difficult for the past three months as fibroids affect every part of your life, and I am now virtually housebound due to heavy bleeding. If I hadn't burst into tears in my Dr's surgery (a woman!) I would have been waiting a further three months to see a consultant, instead I have been fastracked with a three week wait. And it would appear from reading the other comments I am one of the lucky ones. Barbaric.
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