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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
2052.  I.C Gosport
2051.  J.A CHESTER As a relatively new diagnosis of fibroids, I,m finding that the treatment is very varied. I had a scan and was told 1 large and 2smaller fibroids and my womb was bulky. Obviously I left thinking what does that mean no explanation. My appt was very quick from gynecology, so just have to wait and see. But I hate how my stomachlooks and how big it is, I can,t eat a proper meal at dinner time as I feel very full. I also have ongoing medical issues which are chronic. More research needs done.
2050.  J.T London More information for women on preventions or what happens if you have been diagnosed with it
2049.  E.W Alburgh,Harleston,Norfolk Having just had Uterine Artery Embolisation, I was appalled that most of the consultants I saw just automatically offered a full hysterectomy when in my case was not needed. The procedure for me was most successful,least invasive and great results . We need more funding to train,educate and offer patients their right to a choice. I had to fund my own treatment just to receive what I knew was right for me .
2048.  M.Y Harrow
2047.  J.K Frome I had endometriosis for over three decades. I found little was known about the condition and there were little treatment options. I also realised in recent years that the way I live my life, my daly living choices have a lot to do with my health, and since making a lot of changes the symptoms of endometriosis have now dissipated. I see so many If not all womens health conditions on the rise - and the question I have is how is it that in this modern world with all the technology, drugs, research etc we have that womens health is on the decline, more and more conditions and rising statistics? Having learnt that lifestyle played a strong factor in my condition, and as I made changes the condition improved - there is a greater question here - how are women living their lives? and how much does lifestyle play a role in the cause of womens health issues? why is it womens health conditions are on the rise? These are questions that research could start to ask - about endometriosis and womens health conditions.
2046.  R.J Newport The information that is available is conflicting, I.e fibroids can not Affect your fertility, on other sites they can affect your fertility. I don\'t know the type of fibroid because apparently that isn\'t important.
2045.  C.C Liss Fibroids can make a woman's life a misery, and the condition can be all too easily dismissed as a minor complaint.
2044.  R 22 shaftesbury. ave Should look for nhs funwinds,for fabroids
2043.  S.M Hillam
2042.  J.W Kettering Following 2 consultants recommendations that I have hysterectomy I am still seeking an alternative less drastic course of action.
2041.  J.L Manchester
2040.  J.W Seaford
2039.  C.N London
2038.  J.R Ripon
2037.  L.P Newcastle under Lyme
2036.  A.D Milton keynes Recently diagnosed with large Fibroids. Took a long time to get diagnosis. GP sent me for scans saying that she felt nothing was that wrong. Spent several years with unpleasant symptoms and issues affecting bladder.
2035.  V London This is such a serious and common problem with very little information available about it. I read there isn\'t even a nhs leaflet about fibroids. This condition is dangerous and ruins women\'s lives, more research is needed especially in alternative and non surgical options, and in prevention so young women of tomorrow can avoid this
2034.  E.B LONDON MUCH MORE RESEARCH NEEDED INTO NON INVASIVE THERAPIES AND CURES!!!!!!
2033.  K.A Colchester
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