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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
389.  U.H London, UK
388.  A.K London Early detection as vital as late detection can cause months of suffering and involve much more use of NHS resources and sickness benefits and mean people are unable to work. Those over over the age of 35 should be prioritised for screening. Treatment should be as non- invasive as possible. I have known people to be spoken to about hysterectomies when other treatments were still possible. This is completely unacceptable.
387.  D.C London I'm 22 and have been suffering from constant bleeding for over 3 years - in these 3 years i've also had 2 misscarriages with no apparent reason behind them. I have only just been diagnosed with fibroids literaly today and am furious that my docotrs couldnt have diagnosed this since! Me & my partner have been suffering together for these past few years with no help whatsoever - even when I complained to the doctor of bleeding/pain etc. More HAS to be done in the terms of research and sympathy as I don't want any woman to have to go through this, GP's just don't understand, let alone listen!
386.  P.B Norfolk I would like to see more research into fibroids.
385.  A.F Helmsdale It is one of the most common complaints in women so why is this not a better supported problem?
384.  D.M Blackpark, westhill, inverness
383.  I.H London
382.  B.H Tottenham, London
381.  S.K Birmingham Research for women who are suffering fibroid are necessary.
380.  F.D London I am from africa and i know that fibroid affect most women in my country. i think it is important to fund research in order to find the cause of this condition. i am a student nurse and i am very intersted in this subject and i have been reading a lot about fibroid and i am giving you all my support and i think this is brilliant idea.
379.  K.T London
378.  D.M London
377.  B.I Gillingham I must say I am very disappointed with the medical specialist in the UK. My first diognises of fibriods, there was only one growth but now it has multiplied to five different sizes but yet I've been told that there is nothing that can be done to help me.
376.  T.S ABERDEEN
375.  F.A London UK
374.  K.H Weybridge
373.  L.T Sleaford ,Lincs Awaiting hysterectomy on 27 Sept feeling o.k. re op. but at 65 would like to know why fibroid hasnt shrunk.Only Knew in July that I had this condition Because of a slight bleed. Generally in very good health.Yes, Im over weight but very active!
372.  K.H Liverpool
371.  S.L Dallington northampton Hi l had my operation 12 years ago but l had myomectomy its makes me very unhappy but its comes back again its really upset me nobody don`t understand how l feel. we are trying for family but the doctors say no and no help me at all. l try to change my diets and everything.can you help me please thank you.
370.  L.F Bingley
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