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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
466.  E.G Edinburgh
465.  S.E Chichester I was diagnosed with a large fibroid January 2010, not impressed with the information supplied. You have to find information out yourself. Unfortunately I am still waiting for my fibroid to be removed but in the meantime suffering from all the symptoms that go with it, very heavy periods and incontinence, at the age of 34 its very distressing
464.  A.S Farnham I have recently been diagnosed with fibroids and for something that is so common in women, I also do not feel that there is not enough coverage and information on fibroids. Especially as they can cause miscarriage and premature birth etc. All women should be made aware of fibroids.
463.  C.F Tottenham, London I would like my fibriods removed as i have a lot of problems with them, also i would like another child with my partner and feel that the doctor might think i am to old at 48 in a month time is to old. i feel lost and dont know how to approach my doctor as she might think i am to old. it would help.
462.  E.M London
461.  E.C EASTLEIGH
460.  A.T Birmingham
459.  C.S Minster on Sea I am pleased to be supporting this campaign. Having had fibroids for over seven years and until recently being told "they will shrink when you hit the menopause" i am now investigating my options. My consultant radiologist recommended this site.
458.  K.M Bishops Stortford Research into why fibroids occur to avoid the huge cost of surgeries
457.  C.E Aylesbury
456.  E.M Thornaby
455.  L.S Kirkby Mallory
454.  C.B Bromley
453.  H.K Romford I recently underwent a hysterectomy and whilst care was good and I am recovering well it seems to me that there should be a better answer than to have this invasive operation. thousands of women go through this every year and it is time funding was stepped up to investigate new options for us.
452.  I.A Old Newton
451.  A.P Bristol I have been very impressed with the Uterine Fibroid Embolisation treatment I recently received. More GPs need to be made aware of this so that they can inform patients that hysterectomy and myomectomy are not the sole options. I support this petition to lobby for increased research into this common condition.
450.  J.S Farnham
449.  D.F Sheffield More research needs to be done
448.  V.W POOLE
447.  M.M Sheffield
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