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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
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.
555.  W.R Thorpe Bay Whilst reading your stories, I realise that I have been very lucky with the doctors and treatment I have so far received, good luck to the ladies who are still undergoing treatment.
554.  C.L Bath I am shocked by the lack of adequate research into cause of fibroids, treatments available and the number of hyterectomies performed due to fibroids.
553.  L.C WATFORD I have just been diagnosed with fibroids so any improvement in R&D for this miserable problem would be fantastic.
552.  C.H Surbiton I have suffered from fibriods twice and the effects of heavy periods & the pain they cause is frustrating, emabarrassing & debilitating. As a professional woman living with the anxiety of this condition each month, getting effective treatments can transform your life and make it normal again.
551.  S.W Highworth
550.  F.S London
549.  C.T Tollerton
548.  M.S Nantwich
547.  S.G Sheffield
546.  M.A.M Llantrisant I think it is important to get enough researh into fibroids that help us understand and treat this condition better for the benefit of all.
545.  M.S London
544.  J.G Glasgow For ladies who have not had children, there needs to be more options than a hysterectomy. I have this condition as well as Stage 4 Endometriosis - it is debilatating.
543.  V.D Darlington Gynaecologists should be given definitive guidelines/or legislation should be made, to ensure that treatment options are discussed at time of diagnosis. All NHS Trusts should ensure they have the qualified personnel to deliver all treatment options locally, especially embolisation.
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