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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
639.  E.B Greenford I have had two operations. First in 2003 and then again in 2006 and the fibroids are back which means I now face yet another operation. Please please please can you put more into research. This would save the NHS money as giving so many women endless operations and hysterctomies becomes a bottomless pit. Not to mention the relief to millions of woman.
638.  M.A.W.B Burton on trent At the age of 64 I had a transvaginal scan yesterday. I have fibroids. after the scan I went to get my clothes on, the consultant radiologist had gone. I have had no advice or further information of my options. Further reserch needs to be done, also education for the medical proffession.
637.  S.D ABERYSTWYTH
636.  L.A Leicester
635.  S.T Smethwick I had a myomectomy in 2009 and now I'm faced with the same issue in 2011! I really need more credible options than hysterectomy. There needs to be more research into the causes especially as it's so common. There would be plenty of participants to study. I support this fight to get more research done.
634.  R.W Manchester
633.  S.B Brook Road, LONDON
632.  C.R London
631.  T.M London T.M. London
630.  D.L High Halstow Rochester Kent I would like to give my support as I have suffered for many years now.We need more research please.
629.  S.M Manchester
628.  P.T London
627.  S.B Dukinfield
626.  S.B Sheffield Very frustrating. Its not talked about. The treatment options are limited. Non invasive options and \"alternative\" options are ignored. Health insurance providers don\'t understand it, and the impact it has on women\'s daily lives and their ability to function is ignored at large. It can be incredibly debilitating and take over your life - it has mine. I\'ve not been able to work, I doubt whether I can claim on my insurance (I need help here), I\'m in lots of debt - but I refuse to be carved open. I\'m addressing the root causes, which I have spent years getting to grips with, as there is no clear official information on this or on alternative courses of action - I\'ve had to go through a painful journey to find this out myself. Fibroids may not be life threatening, they may not be cancer, but that does not mean the impact they have is not profound or turn your world completely upside down. It effects everything: work, life, money, relationships, just the ability to have a normal life. I could go on and on...
625.  N.R London
624.  R.N Staines
623.  A.K London
622.  E.S Hanwell, London
621.  E.D London Fibroids affect so many women and is a recurring illness. Providing funding for research into the cause of fibroids will help to detect the exact cause and apporpriate treatment which will bring much needed relief and better health for affected women. It will also be cost effective and save the NHS millions, and leave women better able to contribute more effectively to the economy
620.  M.S.W Basingstoke
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