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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
719.  C.S Broxburn
718.  V.F Croydon
717.  D Paphos
716.  S.H Tiptree
715.  T.C Newtown
714.  L.H Aldeby, Beccles I have been suffering for years and just put up and shutup it was only when I heamorraged that something has started to be done about it. It was lack of knowledge and embarrassment that has led to years of pain and aneamia.
713.  C.L Hailsham I suffer with fibroids and am about to have a hysterectomy. Please get more research done for this problem,save others suffering the same way. I wouldn\'t wish fibroids on my worst enemy they are that bad!
712.  S.V Harpenden For a condition that is so common, it is remarkable that so little is known about the cause(s). A knowledge of the cause must surely help provide the safest and most effective treatments and hopefully prevention.
711.  O London
710.  O London
709.  L.S Contract
708.  T.G St leonards on sea Im going to the hospital tues the 18th to see a consultant about anemia and fibroid treatment, my gp who is male has told me to not allow myself to be bullied into an hysterectomy!!! We need to be given more options and have better treatmemnt and understanding, not bullying into radical, major surgery!!!
707.  S.D Banbury
706.  J.H Southsea Research is desperately needed.
705.  U Porsgrunn
704.  H.J North cornelly
703.  A.B Malton House wife
702.  C.S East Ham I had been suffering from fibroids for the last 2 to 3 years without knowing it. I only became aware of it when I fainted one day and started to get a fever and bloated stomach and I became aneamic and was admitted to hospital with an infection. My consultant decided that the best option for me would be a myomectomy four months later but the risk was that I may have to have a hysterectomy as my fibroid was very large (3kilos) and also if they found anything life threatening during the operation. I am glad to report that my operation was successful and I only had a myomectomy and my uterus was preserved. My consultant and her team were absolutely wonderful and I hope that this good work can be encouraged elsewhere and I was lucky I have a good GP who referred me to the right people who dealt with me successfully. I wish all women can experience the same treatment as myself. C.S London
701.  M.D Dudley I have just been been told that i have fibroids, and i need to know what they are all about and how they develop.
700.  M London
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