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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
739.  S.H Leicester Over the last year and a half of having significant but evolving problems with fibroids I've been stunned at the lack of knowledge, the haphazard way I've been treated, the fact I've not been informed of my treatment options and the difficulties I've had getting access to those treatments now that I know about them. This condition affects most parts of most days in some way and is treated as virtually irrelevant by the people I have seen. I'm still in the middle of trying to get an appointment with a specialist, a process which has taken 12 weeks so far (despite me calling the surgery most days and even contacting my MP at one point) and I STILL do not have an appointment set up. It beggars belief!!! So, not only is the condition difficult, the amount of knowledge about it pitiful and difficult to access and the treatment options hard to assess and access but the system seems to conspire against one to make it all hundreds of times as hard as it needs to be. Very fed up indeed!
738.  H.J Oswestry
737.  L.B OSWESTRY
736.  M.J OSWESTRY
735.  N.G London
734.  V.P Birmingham
733.  M Slough More reseach and early treatment
732.  S.G Louth Just discovered when having an MRI scan of the lower spine that I still have fibroids at the age of 67. I assumed they would have shrunk after I ceased taking HRT 10 years ago. Apparently that is a myth.
731.  S.L Edinburgh I would welcome any research into this as all the women, including myself have suffered greatly from this, it affects your quality of life and has at times disabled me completely.
730.  A.A Sudbury Really shocked by how little my doctor knew. Was treated as though it is normal to have fibroids.
729.  J.C Norwich
728.  D.J.T Oakhanger
727.  D.J.T Oakhanger
726.  J.B West yorkshire,
725.  J.Q Stockport
724.  F.G Cardiff I am really struggling with a large fibroid that cannot be removed without a hysterectomy. I have found very little information and what there is is very confusing. There seems to be no support for treatment options - it's either ....live with it and put up with the effects it has on your whole body or have the big 'H'.
723.  K.W Hucknall
722.  T.B Whitefield
721.  J.M Leeds
720.  M.A.L Ashford kent
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