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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
287.  R.K LIchfield
286.  J.T Middlewich I Have 2 small Fibroids but i dont know much about them or the long term effects of them, This should be a concern to the goverment as a lot of women in England suffer withthis problem,
285.  J.H London More education in Europe on fibroids and training for gynos to look at alternative solutions to hysterectomy.
284.  A Dunblane
283.  J.H Tamworth
282.  M Whitstable I under went UAE treatment 2 days ago. We need more research into treatment options.
281.  L.H Arbroath I was diagnosed with Fibroids 5 years ago,have had a myomectomy and am appalled at how little advice and support that has been offered to me. My next option is a hysterectomy!I'm determined to do my own research as I'm only 34.We need more research and less ignorance!
280.  D.G London
279.  G.T London
278.  A.W Penrith
277.  C.H Greenford As a sufferer of fibriods it would benefit all women and also help employers who have employees who suffer from this condition. A lack of understanding and exposure of the condition means that colleagues, managers do not appreciate what you go through and the affect it has on your lifestyle.
276.  K.E Hounslow
275.  K.G Dereham
274.  J.C London Please put more money into research this problem affects many women and leads to many lost working days and possible job loss because of problems associated with fibroids please help.
273.  G.N London I think it is important for the government to fund research into this condition. I have suffered with this and underwent an operation in 2004. The condition has returned and I am facing further surgery again.
272.  C.L London I was disappointed that nothing could be done about my fibroid symptoms and pain in the UK. I had private Uterine Fibroid Embolisation treatment in Australia and have not suffered the same extreme pain as a result. The treatment has also allowed me to carry my son full term and have a normal pregnancy. I do not think I would have been able to have a child had I not had the procedure. More research needs to be carried out so that more women like myself are able to reduce or stop the symptoms of fibroids, as well as have the opportunity to have a normal healthy pregancy.
271.  S.T Pevensey bay
270.  L.N Rayleigh
269.  P.M Wimbledon, London I was only diagnosed with fibroids in February but since I've noticed that's there's so little known about this (I didn't even know they exist, let alone that they affect so many women) I want to see more research done and more education for young people.
268.  H.B Ripon
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