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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
575.  M.P Slough I was diagnosed with fibroids 3 weeks ago. I had an ultrasound scan due to having a coil fitted in December 2010 and subsequently bleeding continuously for 5 months. The bleeding and other symptoms are very slowly improving, but at times feel that the nurse who I have been seeing, who is female by the way, isn\'t really listening to me with my concerns. Quality of life needs to be maintained and more research carried out.
574.  J.M Atherton
573.  M.B Telford
572.  P.D Colnbrook Please increase funding for better research.
571.  J.B Cradley heath I have several fibroids the size of oranges which have recently been found. I am told that i need not take any further action.(unless i want a hysterectomy) However i have many symptoms described, such as bloating, frequently wanting the loo, heavy periods. The doctors seem to have brushed me aside without any real alternatives. It seems that these things dont exist similar to the case of when doctors didnt seem to believe period pain, or pmt existed so i welcome this chance to sign this petition.
570.  D London
569.  C.S East Ham
568.  N.M LONDON
567.  M.D Uxbridge
566.  C France
565.  C.P LEIGHTON BUZZARD
564.  L.D Sheffield
563.  D Hertfordshire
562.  D.R Edinburgh
561.  O.O WOOLWICH, LONDON
560.  J.W Chorlton It is very concerning to me, having been newly diagnosed today, that there is such a sense of inadequate funding for research, and a poor sense of the treatments and the access to them for women with this condition.
559.  C Birmingham
558.  L Stockton on tees
557.  Y Warrington In 2004 I was offered a hysterectomy to remove my fibroids but was not ready to accept I may never have children, so am hopeful that there are alternatives soon that might help me. I see their are a number of us in a similar mind set. Hang in there sisters xxxx
556.  N.S Ashford, Middlesex I have suffered with fibroids since 1997. I had a very difficult pregnancy in 2002/2003 when one fibroid reached 16cm in diameter. It then went into red degeneration. Thankfully my daughter was born in perfect health at 41wks. But the pregnancy was a very anxious one.
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