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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
262.  S Sittingbourne
261.  C.M Glasgow
260.  L.R Alford
259.  S.L London
258.  S.C Oakham Detection and management of fibroids appears to be hit and miss! More research has to be funded to avoid misdiagnosis and to prevent prolonging the misery for sufferers.
257.  V.W Manchester
256.  K.P Broadstairs
255.  R.A Adel, Leeds My doctor suspected Fibroids, 2 months ago, after my visit about painful period. She send me for ultra sound and virginal screening yesterday. From chatting with the nurses, I am sure I've got Fibriods. I don't know the type yet because I am yet to see my doctor, but I am frighten and confuse. I started researching, and found this website. Any help would be appreciated.
254.  H.S Urbino I would like to support this petition as the mother of a sufferer (about whom the entire family has been anxious for too long).There is an obvious and urgent need for more energetic research and action.
253.  E.S London Please do something to educate and improve the attiude of the male AND FEMALE surgeons and Drs. advising and treating women today. Barbaric and primitive hysterectomy should be AVOIDED at all costs not the first option presented, it's not even cost effective. Get some research going into the cause, prevention and safe cure of one the most debilitating of illnesses that should no longer be ignored.
252.  C.D East bilney
251.  P.K Mount Vernon, Glasgow I don't suffer with fibroids, but a good friend of mine does. It's another one of those conditions that we know very little about unless we're suffering from it. More awareness would be good.
250.  S.H London I believe that gyneacologists must be more forthcoming with their patients regarding all the treatment options for fibroids.Too often surgery is sold as the only option.This needs to change.
249.  A.A Accrington Please consider that women need access to early detection and non-invasive treatments when it comes to fibroids. I have been lucky that I have been referred within a month, however many aren't.
248.  L.C Surrey
247.  S.K Birmingham
246.  V.M Sherfield on Loddon
245.  T.J.W DEAL It is about time the NHS looked into more non-invasive treatments for fibroids.1. It is cost effective, cheaper than hysterectomy. 2. Reduces the misery suffered by thousands of women.My Gp in Kent was fantastic the same cannot be said for my experiences in London when I was a Nurse.
244.  M.H Leeds I am in the process of having a myomectiomy open surgery. i am 27 yrs old and previusly had no idea about this condition and all the research i have done and what the doctors told me is that this is an older persons illness. i think youger people need to have ultrasound testing so that they dont have to have such an invasive surgery especially before having children as it can potentially effect you.there is also the possibility of having to have hysterectomy which is very upsetting for a young woman. i found it stressful as i have no children.
243.  S.H Kingston Upon Thames
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