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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
792.  S.M Bristol As someone who knew so little about fibrods until I started to suffer in 2007, I was stunned that there has been so little research possible for something so common. I support this campaign wholeheartedly.
791.  E.V London
790.  G.W Poole
789.  J.L Milton keynes
788.  F.W Sheffield
787.  M.S London
786.  H.S Karachi
785.  L.F Hove
784.  A.W London
783.  D.H Edinburgh It would be fantastic if more research were carried out into this condition. I've been in pain for 2 months, but am told that fibroids 'don't normally hurt' so am both afraid that something else is wrong, and concerned that my pain will be ignored as I wait for weeks or months to be seen by a gynaecologist.
782.  P Matlock
781.  B.K Shepshed More work needs to be done here. I am so sad to see the lack of interest in this issues that affects only women. I keep feeling this is just so sexist. If a man went to the doctor and complained of erectile dysfunction, or similar, he would not be told to chop his willy off!!
780.  S.S Prenton
779.  R.A Northampton
778.  K Ilfird
777.  S.T Worcester Hi i have a 5.6 fibroid and the only option i have been given is surgery this has totally freek me out as i am petrified of a gen anestesica why are we not given other options my gyno thought i was been stupid and couldnt see my fear cancelled it due to being so frightened
776.  C.K Tarves, Ellon
775.  M.M BRISTOL
774.  L Havana
773.  K.J Leytonstone Considering the number of women suffering from fibroids I feel alot more research is required into this condition. In addition to educating women on the treatments available to them. Whilst making doctor\'s accountable for not ensuring there patient is fully aware of the treatments available. All to often i hear of doctors recommending a hysterectomy if over a certain age or adopting a \'wait and see\' approach until the fibroids become quite large that the only option is a hysterectomy.
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