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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
905.  S.G Stafford If just found out i have them a very large one i have been sent away with no info just been told to wait to see someone their is not enough help out their their need to be more
904.  E.H Cambridge People find this condition funny but do not realise how painful it is
903.  M.A.S Twickenham
902.  J.I Delabole
901.  M.W London I have fibroids and feel almost abandoned by the medical profession. It\'s treated so insignificantly, almost as a non-problem but there are so many physical/mental problems that go along with it. I am currently fighting to get my fibroids removed but, as a 37 year old women eho hasn\'t started a family yet, this is proving very difficult
900.  J.H Fairfield Road Not enough nutritional and lifestyle information is offered. I have had to seek out alternative practioners myself to avoid the option of hysterectomy. Stress is one of the greatest contributors to the growth of Fibroids due to the release of cortisol, GPs do not tell you this....
899.  D Romford
898.  J.M Camberley I was a suffering for many years so any research into Fibroids would be goo for future generations.
897.  K.G.T WIBSEY
896.  J.L Dewsbury
895.  A.L Lemington Spa
894.  S.G Bristol Fibroids affect women's quality of life. We need more research into effective treatment
893.  S.J West midlands
892.  O.T London
891.  B.A London
890.  K.F Godalming
889.  P.I Crewe I think that every woman should know as much as possible about this condition, so that they can make informed choices about their treatment, and therefore potentially preserve their fertility for longer/ choose what is right for them as everyone is different
888.  P.M Meppershall, Beds I have suffered from fibroids since 2002. I've had some removed but at present have been dianosed with more, the biggest of which is 9cm and still growing. It can be painful and recently seems affects my energy levels and causes bloating. I don't want a hysterectomy due to the fact that it just causes more problems. So, yes, more research is needed.
887.  K.S Ealing I have just been diagnosed with one 10cm fibroid which causes me no symptoms except heavy bleeding for two days. My gynaecologist did not hesitate in advising me to have a partial hysterectomy. I am 46 with two children. His comment, 'Why keep your womb when you no longer have any use for it' astounded me. I am yet to find a solution as I am not suitable for guided ultrasound but there are other options open to women. The last resort should be hysterectomy. GPs do not have enough information.
886.  E.C Newtown I am currently under treatment for fibroids and feel that unless you are a sufferer, there is not a great deal of understanding or sympathy out there. We need to find out if there are preventative measures for fibroids at the very least.
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