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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
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.
542.  A.J Enfield As I have been suffering with very large fibroids for over 30 years I fully support this campaign to raise awareness and campaign for further fibroid research in this area.
541.  A....K LONDON
540.  L.C Bracknell
539.  L.C Rickmansworth
538.  S.S Newcastle upon Tyne
537.  A.C Bournemouth I support this peition as I was forced in to an unwanted hysterectomy at the age of 43, whilst a single parent of a 3yr old who still needed lifting. The impact of this was devastating for myself and my child. I was given a re-section which failed, making my symptoms much much worse, which then left me requiring a hystrectomy. At no time was I told of alternative treatments such as myomectomy, tailored ablation, or uterine artery embolisation. The NHS HAS TO STOP PRESSURING WOMEN IN TO HYSTERECTOMY as a treatment for fibroids.
536.  H.A Kenton
535.  A.F Edinburgh
534.  A.S Edinburgh
533.  T.E Denbigh Why do all doctors think that removing a womans womb is the answer to everything?? it's an archaic attitude,Doctors need to be re-educated in this matter.
532.  D.E Denbigh I've just descoverd I've got fibroids, by mistake (i was scanned for other reasons) and I'm quite horrifided that because I'm over 40 most Doctors (male and female) seem to think it's a simple answer to whip your womb out. of course it means that they dont have to put much effort and time in to look for what might be best for thier patients, typical of today's money grabbing attitude.
531.  A.S Sheffield
530.  C.C Aldwick
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