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Bush , from to Born in Midland, Texas , Bush graduated from Southern Methodist University in with a bachelor's degree in education , and took a job as a second grade teacher. After attaining her master's degree in library science at the University of Texas at Austin , she was employed as a librarian. Bush met her future husband, George W. Bush, in , and they were married later that year. The couple had twin daughters in Bush's political involvement began during her marriage. She campaigned with her husband during his unsuccessful run for the United States Congress , and later for his successful Texas gubernatorial campaign.

As First Lady of Texas, Bush implemented many initiatives focused on health, education, and literacy. She became First Lady after her husband was inaugurated as president on January 20, Polled by The Gallup Organization as one of the most popular First Ladies, Bush was involved in national and global concerns during her tenure. Komen for the Cure organizations. Bush is of English, French, and Swiss ancestry.

When I was a little girl, my mother would read stories to me. I have loved books and going to the library ever since. In the summer, I liked to spend afternoons reading in the library. Reading gives you enjoyment throughout your life. On the night of November 6, , two days after her 17th birthday, Laura Welch ran a stop sign and struck another car, resulting in the death of its driver. By some accounts, Douglas had been Bush's boyfriend at one time, but she stated that he was not her boyfriend at that time but rather a very close friend.

Lee High School in Midland. The following year, she moved back to Austin and took another job as a librarian in the Austin Independent School District school Dawson Elementary until She reflected on her employment experiences to a group of children in , saying, "I worked as a teacher and librarian and I learned how important reading is in school and in life.

She met George W. He proposed to her at the end of September and they were married on November 5 of that year [20] [21] at the First United Methodist Church in Midland, the same church in which she had been baptized. Bush detailed his choice to marry Laura as the "best decision of [his] life".

The year after their marriage, the couple began campaigning for George W. Bush's Congressional candidacy. According to George Bush, when he asked her to marry him, she had said, "Yes.

But only if you promise me that I'll never have to make a campaign speech. Bush attended the inauguration of father-in-law George H. Bush as Vice President in January , after he and his running mate Ronald Reagan won the presidential election. The Bushes had tried to conceive for three years, but pregnancy did not happen easily.

Bush credited his wife with his decision to stop drinking in Approaching him, she related that her father had been alcoholic and it was not a pattern she wished to repeat in their family. She is a civilizing influence on him. I think she built him, in many ways, into the person he is today. Bush traveled to Kuwait in April , accompanying her father-in-law and mother-in-law as well as brothers-in-law Jeb and Marvin Bush after former President Bush was invited to return to the Middle East for the first time since his presidency.

Several times a year, Bush and her husband travel to their sprawling family estate, the Bush compound , better known as Walker's Point. Located in Kennebunkport , Maine , the compound is where Bush family gatherings have been held for nearly years. Bush became the First Lady of Texas when her husband was elected as the Governor of Texas and served as first lady of that state from January 17, , to December 21, Though during her years in the Governor's Mansion , she did not hold a single formal event, [36] Laura worked for women's and children's causes including health, education, and literacy.

Take Time For Kids, an awareness campaign to educate parents and caregivers on parenting; family literacy, through cooperation with the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy , she urged Texas communities to establish family literacy programs; Reach Out and Read, a pediatric reading program; and Ready to Read, an early childhood educational program.

She raised money for public libraries through the best friend of her establishment of the Texas Book Festival, [3] and established the First Lady's Family Literacy Initiative, which encouraged families to read together. Her husband announced his campaign for President of the United States in mid, something that she agreed to. She did say, however, that she had never dreamed that he would run for office. When asked who she would be like out of the past First Ladies, she insisted it would be herself.

As First Lady, Bush was involved in issues of concern to children and women, both nationally and internationally. Early into the administration, Bush made it known that she would focus much of her attention on education. This included recruiting highly qualified teachers to ensure that young children would be taught well. In January , Bush testified before the Senate Committee on Education, asking for higher teachers' salaries and better training for Head Start programs.

She is also credited with creating a national initiative called "Ready to Read, Ready to Learn", which promotes reading at a young age. To promote American patriotic heritage in schools, she helped launch the National Anthem Project. Immediately following the September 11, attacks , Bush spoke regarding America's children:. We need to reassure them that many people love them and care for them, and that while there are some bad people in the world, there are many more good people.

The following day, she composed open letters to America's families, focusing on elementary and middle school students, which she distributed through state education officials. Later in her tenure, she was honored by the United Nations, as the body named her honorary ambassador for the United Nations' Decade of Literacy. In this position, she announced that she would host a Conference on Global Literacy.

During the same Laura Ingalls Wilder's estate visit, she said that she read her books to her daughters and gave the writer Save America's Treasures grant.

On September 11, , Bush had been hosting her in-laws George H. Bush and Barbara Bush at the White House and was scheduled to give a testimony to Congress on education. Two weeks after the September 11 terrorist attacks, Bush inaugurated a music concert at the Kennedy Center , organized to fundraise for families of the victims.

Though she received applause, she returned the compliment to members of the audience and added that although the event was tragic, Americans had deepened their appreciation "of life itself, how fragile it can be, what a gift it is and how much we need each other". Senator Ted Kennedy , who introduced Bush at the event, praised her and said he knew his late brother, President John F.

Kennedy , would also be proud of her. Another of her signature issues were those relating to the health and well being of women. She established the Women's Health and Wellness Initiative and became involved with two major campaigns.

Bush first became involved with The Heart Truth awareness campaign in Yet heart disease kills more women in our country than all forms of cancer combined. When it comes to heart disease, education, prevention, and even a little red dress can save lives. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in May Bush's mother, Jenna Welch, was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of She endured surgery and currently has no further signs of cancer.

Laura Bush has become a breast cancer activist on her mother's behalf [58] through her involvement in the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. She applauded the foundation's efforts in eliminating cancer and said, "A few short years ago, a diagnosis of breast cancer left little hope of recovery.

But thanks to the work of the Komen Foundation In November , she became the first person other than a president to deliver the weekly presidential radio address. She used the opportunity to discuss the plight of women in Afghanistan leading up to the U. Instead, it was as if my voice found me. In March , she made the first of three trips to that country as First Lady. Bush campaigned for Republicans around the country in for that year's midterm elections, attending and hosting fundraisers as well as giving speeches that were deemed as the Bush administration "working against women's rights issues and using women to do their dirty work" and partly a test for Bush on how well she could campaign for her husband in the impending two years when he sought re-election.

During the election cycle, Bush made joint appearances with her husband on the campaign trail, [63] including in battleground states such as Florida. But she seems to be calm, and she has a sparkle in her eye, which is good. But I don't know that she's ever had a real job—I mean, since she's been grown up. Bush was a participant in the midterm elections, [72] [73] [74] beginning her campaigning in April.

Laura Bush's approval ratings have consistently ranked very high. In races where the moderates are in the most trouble, Laura Bush is the one who can do the most good. Sady Doyle reasoned that Bush was hard to dislike due to her adopting "the least partisan causes" such as literacy and breast cancer, which would attract the support of most Americans and her coming off as a "mild, polite, ordinary woman who might go to church with your mother, or organize suburban potlucks". Doyle furthered that her statements were never enough to offend others and the harshest criticism that could be bestowed upon her was that she was boring.

She disagreed with Fox News ' Chris Wallace in when Wallace asked why the American people were beginning to lose confidence in President Bush, saying, "Well, I don't think they are. And I don't really believe those polls. I travel around the country, I see people, I see their response to my husband, I see their response to me.

There are a lot of difficult challenges right now in the United States All of those decisions that the President has to make surrounding each one of these very difficult challenges are hard. They're hard decisions to make. And of course some people are unhappy about what some of those decisions are. But I think people know that he is doing what he thinks is right for the United States, that he's doing what he — especially in the war on terror , what he thinks he is obligated to do for the people in the United States, and that is to protect them When his polls were really high they weren't on the front page.

During the January second inauguration ceremonies for her husband, Laura Bush was looked highly upon by People magazine, The Washington Post , and others for her elegance and fashion sense.


The impact of this was devastating for myself and my child. I was given a re-section which failed, making my symptoms much much worse, which then left me requiring a hystrectomy. At no time was I told of alternative treatments such as myomectomy, tailored ablation, or uterine artery embolisation.

C , Bournemouth] As I have been suffering with very large fibroids for over 30 years I fully support this campaign to raise awareness and campaign for further fibroid research in this area. All NHS Trusts should ensure they have the qualified personnel to deliver all treatment options locally, especially embolisation.

D , Darlington] For ladies who have not had children, there needs to be more options than a hysterectomy. I have this condition as well as Stage 4 Endometriosis - it is debilatating. G , Glasgow] I think it is important to get enough researh into fibroids that help us understand and treat this condition better for the benefit of all.

As a professional woman living with the anxiety of this condition each month, getting effective treatments can transform your life and make it normal again. C , WATFORD] I am shocked by the lack of adequate research into cause of fibroids, treatments available and the number of hyterectomies performed due to fibroids.

L , Bath] whilst reading your stories, I realise that I have been very lucky with the doctors and treatment I have so far received, good luck to the ladies who are still undergoing treatment.

R , Thorpe Bay] I have suffered with fibroids since It then went into red degeneration. Thankfully my daughter was born in perfect health at 41wks. But the pregnancy was a very anxious one. S , Ashford, Middlesex] In I was offered a hysterectomy to remove my fibroids but was not ready to accept I may never have children, so am hopeful that there are alternatives soon that might help me.

I see their are a number of us in a similar mind set. Hang in there sisters xxxx [ Y , Warrington] It is very concerning to me, having been newly diagnosed today, that there is such a sense of inadequate funding for research, and a poor sense of the treatments and the access to them for women with this condition. W , Chorlton] i have several fibroids the size of oranges which have recently been found. I am told that i need not take any further action.

The doctors seem to have brushed me aside without any real alternatives. It seems that these things dont exist similar to the case of when doctors didnt seem to believe period pain, or pmt existed so i welcome this chance to sign this petition. B , cradley heath] Please increase funding for better research. D , Colnbrook] I was diagnosed with fibroids 3 weeks ago. I had an ultrasound scan due to having a coil fitted in December and subsequently bleeding continuously for 5 months.

Quality of life needs to be maintained and more research carried out. After having a scan today it shows some fibroids. So I don't know what happens next. H , Lichfield] Just had a scan told I have fibroids so in the process of researching the condition. P , Newborough] with so many women sufferign with such a common issue funding and proper treatment and care shoudl be available for all women sufferign from this condiion of fibroids.

I have n't been able to work for years as a result. P , Leicester] I really can't believe that women have to suffer so much and that there are not very many options that don't involve pumping yourself with hormones. Please do something to help us. H , Norwich] I'm staggered at the cavalier attitude that some gynaecologists adopt when approached for help.

It appears to me that even the 'experts' aren't as knowledgable as they would have us think, so perhaps if the UK followed the USA's example with government funding, more credence would be given to this debilitating condition. B , Essex] my opinion is to help to find a way which they can check on every single woman starting form teenagers. Y , romford, essex] Women should be given an internal exam when having cervical test. I went to my 3 year test without fail and never knew I had fibroids until I went to the UAE and was told during a routine exam.

More women need to know sooner O , London] It's a disgrace that women's health is so overlooked. B , Brighton] I would love more research into fibroids; I am having a myomectomy next week and think that the more that is known about fibroids the better. P , Rothersthorpe] Living with fibroids is not living, its surviving as best you can. There is so little information about non-invasive treatments that often GPs will only consider surgery. There should be more awareness in fibroid research so we can make informed decisions about our treatment.

C , New Cross London] I was diagnosed with a 5cm fibroid ten years ago and told there was no need to do anything. I am 34 and currently bedridden with a 11cm fibroid that needs to be removed by myomectomy. I am in abject pain, the fibroid is petruding and I cannot work. I feel the 'watch and wait'method is absurd, do we wait until things are this bad?

I can't help wondering if they would watch and wait for a benign tumour to get to this size in a man's body. C , London] Just had very painful hysterectomy due to fibroids. Told one was the size of a 22 week old baby. M , horsham] Please help as I have suffered for the last few years and I am still suffering.

D , Glazebury] More research needed into the root causes of fibroids, so prevention can be better [ S. I am 59 with ovarian cysts and fibroids. The last recommendation was to have ovaries out and take HRT which obviously feeds the fibroids.

This was at the Portland Hospital for Women. J , London] Fibroids affect so many women and is a recurring illness. Providing funding for research into the cause of fibroids will help to detect the exact cause and apporpriate treatment which will bring much needed relief and better health for affected women. It will also be cost effective and save the NHS millions, and leave women better able to contribute more effectively to the economy [ E.

D , London] Very frustrating. Its not talked about. The treatment options are limited. It can be incredibly debilitating and take over your life - it has mine. Fibroids may not be life threatening, they may not be cancer, but that does not mean the impact they have is not profound or turn your world completely upside down. I could go on and on B , Sheffield] I would like to give my support as I have suffered for many years now.

We need more research please. M , London] I had a myomectomy in and now I'm faced with the same issue in ! I really need more credible options than hysterectomy. There needs to be more research into the causes especially as it's so common.

There would be plenty of participants to study. I support this fight to get more research done. T , Smethwick] At the age of 64 I had a transvaginal scan yesterday. I have had no advice or further information of my options. Further reserch needs to be done, also education for the medical proffession. B , burton on trent] I have had two operations. First in and then again in and the fibroids are back which means I now face yet another operation.

Please please please can you put more into research. This would save the NHS money as giving so many women endless operations and hysterctomies becomes a bottomless pit. Not to mention the relief to millions of woman. B , Greenford] Tomorrow I am facing a myomectomy, which I don't want but due to lack of support and Information i feel forced into this option. More Research is needed so more treatment options are available to women [ S.

H , Harrow] I was diagnosed with fibroids in and is a condition that is excrutiatingly painful that hinders the quality of life. More research is needed now! L , Rotherhithe] I am 51, this condition began a year ago and it is becoming increasing more pain and uncomfortable. So why now with fibroids. The best books around are the Susan Summers books for info.

More research is needed with the help of people like Dr Parker. BILL Gates, mother attends his clinic to see him. W , Nottingham] I have suffered for over 18 years, passing out from chronic pain, heavy periods, miscarriages, passing blood clots, total incapacitation where i can not move or do anything for myself Fingers crossed, it will help this time as i am fedup of the pain, suffering and all the painkillers.

All along i've been told to agree to hysterectomy although i just turned 43 last month July. Social workers and uni lecturers and many others have all laughed it off as it not being a disabling illness, Alas.. More awareness is needed to alert the general public that there are some of us who suffer chronically whereas others ill never even know that they have fibroids- as they will be just like carriers o a disease- who are never affected by it..

Why does it take that long?? This creepling condition has to be taken seriously right from the beginning! B , Thelwall] much more research is needed, i have been suffering for over twenty years. S , enfield middx] Research into awareness, scanning, diagnosis and treatment requires urgent funding.

I had years of pain and misery, completely unaware of what could be wrong and was only scanned after breast cancer diagnosis so too late to have children now. The Dr was hoping Tamoxifen would shrink the fibroids but they are still growing, pressing on my bladder and making my stomach look bloated. Please consider allocating funds to raise awareness of and to research this debilitating condition. Thank you for reading this. S , Kempsey] I've had to indergo surgery for this condition twice and I know further research needs to done in order eliminate this condition, I'm also aware of some wemen who have died because of this condition [ J , Southall] My mother and four sister have all had fibroids and gone through the many procedures and pills to no effect eventually all having a hysterectomy.

I am 45 years old and have experienced chronic pain and heavy bleeding that stops me enjoying my life. I refuse to go through the various procedures and pills and prefer the depo contraceptive injection however a locum gp refused to continued to prescribe me saying I was at risk of cervical cancer due to the fibroids. I am waiting to speak to my gp and gynae next week for information. A , Welling] more fibroid research needs to be undertaken.

C , doncaster] i m supporting this petition ,i hae tis problem and i feel like there not enough to help woman in my case [ J. N , manchester] Just diagnosed with large 10 cm by 9cm fibroid after six months of visits to GP with increasingly distressing symptoms.

Now being told fertility compromised- am 36 with no children. The whole experience traumatic with unsympathetic doctors and still none the wiser to treatment options. Apparently its perfectly acceptable to walk around carrying a melon sized growth inside you. Exhausted and it has only just begun Please more care, more information and educate GP's. RB London [ R. L , London] If men had fibroids, we'd know the cause and have much better information flow and treatment for it NOW!

Sort it out, boys at the top - would you fancy a huge great blood-fllled balloon inside you? C , London] Have suffered terribly with symptoms caused by the fibroids. I found that knowledge on fibroids in someone my age 27 at the time was very limited. My gynaecologist ACTUALLY told me to just go and have children quickly and then have a hysterectomy; she didn't even mention that the fibroids would keep growing.

More research and staff education is definitely needed. O , Dagenham] more awareness and funds are need to help fibroid sufferers this had totally damaged my life [ S. R , st austell] I am 30 years old and suffering with fibroids.

As a result I am now anaemic and my symptoms include passing out, extremely painful periods and bloating which makes me look like I am 3 months pregnant. I have so far been refused a hysterectomy because of my age and because as the hospital put it I may want children in the future even though I have made it quite clear that I don't. I find it quite incredible that if I was 40 or over that would be the only option I would be given and yet at 30 having had enough of suffering and having no life I am not allowed one.

I am an intelligent and educated young woman who has explored other options and knows the risks involved. I am blessed with a child already and I don't want anymore, I also don't want for my son to keep witnessing me suffering as it is affecting him too. I just want my life back and it's time the medical profession should listen to women suffering with fibroids and help them instead of continuing to let them suffer!

W , Arnold] I have just been diagnosed with having two fibroids. I'm due to see my GP again to discuss my options. I believe I've had them for a while and have suffered with severe pain and depression. It has truly affected my quality of life and wish I had been diagnosed earlier. Treatment options seem some what severe. Further research needs to be carried out. I'm a registered nurse and I've had to completely change my working life in order to cope with my symptoms.

It's dibilitating to say the least. A , Liskeard, Cornwall] i have fibroids and gp's keep assuring me it's nothing!! So i sit back and wait until they grow into a football???? And I have heavy bleeding every month, which turned out to be very painful.

I have asked on several occasion if I could see a gynylogist and my gp has Sid ghat it is not a necessity, as the government has put fibroid treatment as a non emergency ilness. Tried bleeding for three months on the trot. It is very depressing and makes you feel tire all the time. H , Abingdon] Been diagnosed six months ago. Has been prescribed tranexamic acid to be taken on first day of period. Not working, so I am very much in favour of more research.

I have just had a transvaginal scan and they have diagnosed a fibroid growing in my uterine cavity. I find fibroids tend to be written off as so many women have the without problems.

L , sheffield] I have just been been told that i have fibroids, and i need to know what they are all about and how they develop. D , Dudley] I had been suffering from fibroids for the last 2 to 3 years without knowing it. I only became aware of it when I fainted one day and started to get a fever and bloated stomach and I became aneamic and was admitted to hospital with an infection.

My consultant decided that the best option for me would be a myomectomy four months later but the risk was that I may have to have a hysterectomy as my fibroid was very large 3kilos and also if they found anything life threatening during the operation. I am glad to report that my operation was successful and I only had a myomectomy and my uterus was preserved. My consultant and her team were absolutely wonderful and I hope that this good work can be encouraged elsewhere and I was lucky I have a good GP who referred me to the right people who dealt with me successfully.

I wish all women can experience the same treatment as myself. S London [ C. S , East Ham] house wife [ A. B , Malton] Research is desperately needed. H , Southsea] im going to the hospital tues the 18th to see a consultant about anemia and fibroid treatment, my gp who is male has told me to not allow myself to be bullied into an hysterectomy!!!

We need to be given more options and have better treatmemnt and understanding, not bullying into radical, major surgery!!! G , st leonards on sea] For a condition that is so common, it is remarkable that so little is known about the cause s.

A knowledge of the cause must surely help provide the safest and most effective treatments and hopefully prevention. V , Harpenden] I suffer with fibroids and am about to have a hysterectomy. Please get more research done for this problem,save others suffering the same way. L , Hailsham] I have been suffering for years and just put up and shutup it was only when I heamorraged that something has started to be done about it.

It was lack of knowledge and embarrassment that has led to years of pain and aneamia. H , Aldeby, Beccles] I am really struggling with a large fibroid that cannot be removed without a hysterectomy. I have found very little information and what there is is very confusing. There seems to be no support for treatment options - it's either G , Cardiff] Really shocked by how little my doctor knew. Was treated as though it is normal to have fibroids.

A , Sudbury] I would welcome any research into this as all the women, including myself have suffered greatly from this, it affects your quality of life and has at times disabled me completely. L , Edinburgh] Just discovered when having an MRI scan of the lower spine that I still have fibroids at the age of I assumed they would have shrunk after I ceased taking HRT 10 years ago. Apparently that is a myth. G , Louth] more reseach and early treatment [ M , slough] Over the last year and a half of having significant but evolving problems with fibroids I've been stunned at the lack of knowledge, the haphazard way I've been treated, the fact I've not been informed of my treatment options and the difficulties I've had getting access to those treatments now that I know about them.

This condition affects most parts of most days in some way and is treated as virtually irrelevant by the people I have seen. I'm still in the middle of trying to get an appointment with a specialist, a process which has taken 12 weeks so far despite me calling the surgery most days and even contacting my MP at one point and I STILL do not have an appointment set up.

So, not only is the condition difficult, the amount of knowledge about it pitiful and difficult to access and the treatment options hard to assess and access but the system seems to conspire against one to make it all hundreds of times as hard as it needs to be. Very fed up indeed! H , Leicester] I couldn't agree more.

Further research is needed. After several years of heavy periods, a hysteroscopy and the grim discovery that I can no longer have children I can honestly say that Fibroids have ruined my life. I am now, at the age of 40, contemplating what options are left for me in terms of dealing with this condition. I feel completely abandoned by the medical services in terms of my options.

They caused complications during pregnancies, and now with a mirena coil fitted 8 months ago I amd still having heavy period every 2 weeks at least. I am low in energy, constant light headedness and probably very anemic. I still look and feel pregnant. I would love there to be more research and action to help people suffering from fibroids. M , Belfast] I would like to see more research done around the risk of post partum haemorrhage for women with fibroids.

Midwives and consultants seem to insist on putting women into a "high risk" category when a fibroid is picked up on the scan but there seems to be scant evidence to back up the commonly cited risk of pph. R , efail Isaf] I am diagnosed with fibroids last week. The gyneacologist send me a letter with the diagnose and only treatment option: No further appointment to talk options through nothing, just two lines. This is not right! I still have the expectancy to become pregnant even though I am over P , chipping campden] As a sufferer I really do advocate more research I do believe that gender and also colour based discrimination is at work dealing with this issue.

It is debilitating for many sufferers - more investment in holistic assessments of causes and treatments is vital. S , Bristol] More research is definately needed. I wasn't aware fibroids was such a common complaint.

I paid for a medical as I had these symptoms for years and was fobbed off by my GP without even a physical examination! At my medical they have told me i probably have fibroids and have to now go for tests etc. I am angry I had to spend my own money to get a diagnosis!

N , Leicester] Just been diagnose with Fibroids. Yes need more research please. B , Manchester] Just had a scan and been told this is what has been causing my disabling periods for 10 years.

So, so hard to live life properly at the moment and hold down a physical full time job looking after others. Need to read up now and decide what can be done. H , York] Fiboids have added to a pretty poor situation and I need them out asap. Blood loss is terrible and energy sapping. G , swindon] after reading how women have suffered i feel we need the research and not to be forbed off i was diagonised about 3yrs and told they will strink due to menopuase even thou i am having irregular bleeding and left it till now to sort myself out only becuase it was so heavy and the doctor i see was a male locom doctor that explained more to me so still waiting to see female doctor to see what the out come will be but after reading on this and how women are suffering iwill be hoping i will get answers.

B , new eltham] Considering the number of women suffering from fibroids I feel alot more research is required into this condition. In addition to educating women on the treatments available to them. J , Leytonstone] hi i have a 5. T , worcester] More work needs to be done here. I am so sad to see the lack of interest in this issues that affects only women.

I keep feeling this is just so sexist. If a man went to the doctor and complained of erectile dysfunction, or similar, he would not be told to chop his willy off!! K , Shepshed] It would be fantastic if more research were carried out into this condition.

I've been in pain for 2 months, but am told that fibroids 'don't normally hurt' so am both afraid that something else is wrong, and concerned that my pain will be ignored as I wait for weeks or months to be seen by a gynaecologist. H , Edinburgh] As someone who knew so little about fibrods until I started to suffer in , I was stunned that there has been so little research possible for something so common.

I support this campaign wholeheartedly. M , Bristol] I suffer with Fibroids and have done for a number of years I am currently waiting for my 3rd operation for removal I would like to help in anyway i can to help with research into this condition!! B , Little Eaton, Derbyshire] I was frightened when I found the lump, now I've seen the doctors I'm confussed about which treatment and this condition is so common - we need more research [ A , London] Research would be a great help in improving the outcome of this condition I'm 29yrs old and it has severely affected my life and my future.

M , Dover] I am scheduled for myomectomy operation on coming 8th February I am not married yet. I wish to have kids one day. P , abbeywood] There needs to be a standard medical response when a woman first complains of troublesome fibroid-like symptoms or when a fibroid is diagnosed with a scan. In addition, once a troublesome fibroid is detected, a GP referral to a gynaecologist should be standard practice.

The fibroid should also be regularly monitored and scanned to check for rapid growth. I had a small fibroid which ballooned in the space of 2 years and 8 months and is now the size of a melon.

During this time, not once was I offered a scan in between to check for growth or a consultant referral. Between my first and second scan, my fibroid was allowed to grow and grow and now my treatment options are basically limited to a hysterectomy, or I can ride it out to my menopause which might be five or more years away, during which time my fibroid could continue to grow.

The IUS which I had fitted has barely made a dent to my horrendous menstrual cycle. GPs should also be fully educated about all treatment options and scenarios. Fibroids affect one in five women in the UK and account for 20 per cent of Gynae consultations.

If only for this reason, fibroids and their symptoms should be taken more seriously and the medical response to this health condition should be systematic. Finally, and equally important, more money should be invested in research on the causes of fibroid growth so that therapies can be developed to treat them more effectively.

O , Bellingham] I'm also suffering from fibroid and am looking for the best option to remove it. G , Earlsfield London] Women should be offered many options apart from hysterectomy for gynaecological problems, and these should be researched and perfected.

T , Lutterworth] I will more attention and information from the clinicians regarding fibroid. I am trying to find out more before seeing consultant. I am pleased for this site and agree more research, information, support and understanding needed. We urgently need more research to inform evidence-based practice in the area of fibroids especially early diaagnosis and alternative treatments to full hysterectomy or 'put up with it', our current most frequently offered options after years of pain and misdiagnosis.

C , Willingham] I feel there should more research into fibroid. O , Islington London] Fibroid is a common problem in women. Please help us from our misery. P , Bracknell] There are all sorts of associated symptoms which can occur with fibroids such as anaemia and their symptoms, pressure symptoms, hormonal symptoms which seem to be disregarded by the medical profession except when doing research.

Women have a right to have their symptoms acknowledged and treatment provided in order to alleviate these symptoms - not to be told that they are not due to fibroids when it is clear they are and those symptoms are often taken into account when doing research. B , Forest Row] I feel that the research needs to be more as I have fibroids and this affects my life everyday. I feel that n one really knows much about them or why they have developed. Also I would like to have children one day but know this could mean I have a higher chance of not being able to have children.

After a myomectomy fibroids were removed and I was lucky to fall pregnant and give birth to a baby girl. However now at the age of 36 I have to face the option of a Hysterectomy due to multiple fibroids. C , basingstoke] I think this needs to be looked into definitely as it affects so many women.

R , Farnborough] This is a cause that needs more research to help the huge number of women that suffer with these. S , Ascot] More research as options are very limited on NHS and seams hysterectomy is nearly always preferred path [ H.

R , holmfirth] Really necessary research - please give it priority. H , Woodley , Reading] I was diagnosed with Fibroids a couple of years ago, I dont belevie I ahve been given all my options, I have had to reseacrhc and tell the doctor what I want - to save my fertility.

More infoamtion and options need to be available. W , Rotherham] hysterectomy should not be the only option, more research is needed! M , pinner] I have been diagnosed with fibroids but as i am in my early 50s doctor says to leave them as they shrink after menopause S , London] A horrible debilitating condition affecting all aspects of a woman's life. Let's get something done now with research.

L , Camberley] A very worthy cause [ I. M , Congleton] Very pleased to sign this petition [ G. C , Razac de Saussignac France] I have multiple fibroids that cause me pain, sadness and embarrassment because they are so big I loo like I'm 4 months pregnant and have to deal with people constantly asking me when the baby is due.

This also makes life worse as I had a miscarriage at 5 months 4 months ago and I have to lie daily just so I don't make a bad atmosphere for everybody around me. I'm only 33 and still want to have children although because I have so many fibroids many say hysterectomy is my only options. I am amazed as this is a very common problem nothing has really been done to help women like me who from once being very confident in life working in musical theatre can now no longer do my job and feel less of a woman.

K , welwyn garden city] More research needed to identify the potential causes and risk factors for fibroids. Simply stating it is "more common in Afro-Carribeans" is not enough. B , Bristol] I suffer from fibroids myself, and it has affected my life drastically. M , manchester] Why is it that so many Doctors think a women should have a hysterectomy to be rid of fibroids. There are women who may have lost children to illnesses and they may want the choice of having more children. All options to be rid of these fibroids should be looked into and the women themselves should investigate these optons themselves.

After all its their body. We have rights too. L , Dundee] I am currently under treatment for fibroids and feel that unless you are a sufferer, there is not a great deal of understanding or sympathy out there.

We need to find out if there are preventative measures for fibroids at the very least. C , Newtown] I have just been diagnosed with one 10cm fibroid which causes me no symptoms except heavy bleeding for two days. My gynaecologist did not hesitate in advising me to have a partial hysterectomy. I am 46 with two children. His comment, 'Why keep your womb when you no longer have any use for it' astounded me.

I am yet to find a solution as I am not suitable for guided ultrasound but there are other options open to women. The last resort should be hysterectomy. GPs do not have enough information. S , Ealing] I have suffered from fibroids since I've had some removed but at present have been dianosed with more, the biggest of which is 9cm and still growing. It can be painful and recently seems affects my energy levels and causes bloating. I don't want a hysterectomy due to the fact that it just causes more problems.

So, yes, more research is needed. I , crewe] Fibroids affect women's quality of life. We need more research into effective treatment [ S. G , Bristol] I was a suffering for many years so any research into Fibroids would be goo for future generations. M , Camberley] not enough nutritional and lifestyle information is offered. I have had to seek out alternative practioners myself to avoid the option of hysterectomy.

Stress is one of the greatest contributors to the growth of Fibroids due to the release of cortisol, GPs do not tell you this H , Fairfield Road] I have fibroids and feel almost abandoned by the medical profession. W , London] People find this condition funny but do not realise how painful it is [ E.

H , Cambridge] if just found out i have them a very large one i have been sent away with no info just been told to wait to see someone their is not enough help out their their need to be more [ S.

G , stafford] Having fibroids reduced my chances having a baby by IVF as I had to be put on long waiting list to have them removed before attempting IVF. R , Barnsley] i am 47 and just had a uae. S , birmingham] Having suffered from heavy periods for some years I have recently been diagnosed as having several fibroids. Life has been extremely difficult for the past three months as fibroids affect every part of your life, and I am now virtually housebound due to heavy bleeding.

If I hadn't burst into tears in my Dr's surgery a woman! I would have been waiting a further three months to see a consultant, instead I have been fastracked with a three week wait. And it would appear from reading the other comments I am one of the lucky ones.

F , Highworth] I have fibroid which affecting my quality of life but do not really want to go down the route of surgery, so more research would be good to avoid surgery.

H , Neasden] It is outrageous that the real cause of fibroids is yet unknown and that surgery is the ultimate option for most women. There needs to be more research into this condition, so that a permanant cure and a means of preventing fibroids can be discovered J , Edgware] This disease has been around for years.

Its about time there was more research done to help thousands of women still suffering from it. R , lancashire] I live in Canada but seeking surgery in Europe. E , Ashton-U-Lyne,] I had a 7cm fibroid causing constant pelvic pain, backache, nausea, frequent need to wee and very very heavy periods. I have been prescribed Esmya which is an emergency contraceptive a side effect of which is to shrink fibroids.

So far after 2 weeks all pain gone and longer between trips to the loo. Course lasts for 3 months and I am optimistic but more research still needs to be done and perhaps fibroids can be prevented.

T , Weymouth] Much research is required to help prevent the consequences of a spiralling problem? B , Birkenhead] After years of being told my abdonminal paid was a figment of my igination, i was finally diognosed with Fibroids.

It should not have taken this long to find out and 3 years on im still in paid and doctors still refuse to do anything because they dont know enough of why they occur. M , London] I have fibroids and suffer heavy periods monthly. I am glad to find this website and read the much need advice and information. M , London] I have lived with multiple fibroids for nearly 15 years. More research is definitely needed. W , Wimborne] I wish i had found this site earler S , Blackstone] After 5 years trying to fight against full hysterectomy, including failed attempt at fitting mirena coil, the biggest of my 4 fibroids is the size of a 4 month pregnancy.

Have finally signed consent form for op today but am terrified. Desperately need more research [ S. H , Prescot] Fibroids aren't life threatening but they effect the daily lives of millions of women and the treatment options just aren't good enough. M , pewsey] Please make provision to champion research. Give women power and choice. Our children will suffer due to lack of knowledge. K , surrey] A condition which severely compromises women's quality of life and is the cause of many days off work" Research into causes and treatments should be a top priority as it is a very common condition.

It makes financial sense for the NHS! H , Matlock] Fibroids are a painful and also a nuisance in Womans lives. After 8 years, age 47 I am now suffering extreme bleeding symptoms. Cycle all over the place. Cyklokapron, now back on Noresthisterone, and new this week mefenamic acid, I am waiting to go back to St Marys Professsor Regan presentation is a must to see Google it MRI I believe is the way forward.

Ladies of all ages can and will benefit, funding has changed for St Marys they have their own MRI suite and cannot see me now unless I go private hope to see her again next week, but I strongly recommend all of u read her results AMAZING, non invasive beats embolisation hands down. Fingers crossed for me and you lets push this one for us all. N , Coventry] I would like to be able to find out more about fibroids and miscarriage and pregnancy as I feel that information is vague and GP's do not give enough info to fibroid sufferers [ A.

J , Bournemouth] I didn't even know what fibroids were until I got a diagnosis. I very much doubt I have spent my so far 20 years National Insurance contributions on NHS treatment, so I want some of them spent on publicising the existance of this condition and research into the condition!! M , Downpatrick] We want and need more research so that women have more choices as to treatment, not just hysterectomy.

In , this attitude is outrageous and offensive. B , Bexleyheath] Fibroids are a distressing matter for some women, including myself, and I feel that more research should be conducted in this area. H , Cheshunt] Women need to have better awareness of fibroids and more money needs to be invested in research and treatment.

J , London] NHS choice seems to be hysteroscopy or full hysterectomy. S , Dorchester] The whole miserable condition of fibroids needs to be researched thoroughly. Butchery seems to be the only option for large or bothersome fibroids. I feel let down by the NHS after being told by numerous gynaes to wait and see what happens with your fibroids. I am in so much pain from degenerating fibroids and the hospital wont do an emergency op as its not life threatening.

Women are suffering,and not getting the help they need. Something needs to be done and now! For the sake of us sufferers, please do all you can to help! A , Cardigan] There needs to be more information out there. I feel that the doctors know very little about fibroids, which is concerning! Before my miscarriage, i asked several doctors and midwives for information on pregnant with fibroids and there was no information available.

O , London] Find a drug that will work already on the long term. Big Pharma, Big problem. If this were a men's condition, they would have had a pill years ago. I guess they are too busy working on erectile disfunction. How about working on finding a drug that helps a woman function and have some quality of life. H , Palm Coast] Just returned from a gyny appointment. Offered partial hysterectomy for my fibroids. Seems that this is the ONLY permanent solution - nothing has changed in 30 years - same solution offered to my mother!

K , London] I was diagnosed after 5 years of hell!!!! I will like to have a child but my lumps are quite large and i already had a myomectomy. H , london] I was first told I had cyst 20 years ago, I went on to have 3 C-section. My 3rd pregnancy I kept going into pre- labour and was then told I have 6 fibroids that was causing this. I have the mariena coil put and although this has help my periods I still have so much pain and discomfort.

I dont know much about fibriods and so does my doctors, the permanent options given to me is hysterectomy. I have now decided to go through with this after 5years of suffering. My quality of life has been compromise and I am really frustrated and miserable due to lack of information and treatment. B , Surrey] I have just been diagnosed with fibroids 1 large and 1 smaller, I have suffered pain for up to 8 years and thought it was just a hormonal thing now aged 48 now I can hardly move with the back and pelvic pain!

The Doctors are absolutely rubbish and all they want to do is either give you the pill or merina - which they have talked me into 3 times now!! Only to cause me more pain and suffering ANY woman who has painful periods should be able to have a scan to see if fibroids are the issue and Drs should stop throwing these so called alternatives at us - I never knew how painful and depressing they could be and how much effect they can have on your daily life!

B , Bewdley] Research is really needed for fibroids. I appreciate that the internet is available, so I, as a sufferer can get and gain access to the information that is needed. However, not everyone has access to the internet, thus it is important that research should become a reality so that all women who are sufferers from fibroids can fairly access the information whenever they come [ T.

O , London] I have recently been diagnosed with fiboids, as a result of symptoms affecting my way of life. I have already been to 2 different hospitals and have only been offered contraceptives that'll 'cover up' some of the symptoms! I want children at some point in my life, so contraception isn't the bnest option for me. If this isn't sorted longterm, it could affect my career as I'm medically downgraded and not able to do what I signed up to do.

B , Devon] I have suffered with the condition of fibroids for over 16 years. It has caused the death of my children as the fibroid pushed against the evolving foetus, precipitating spontaneous termination of their lives.

Latterly, the fibroids have produced symptoms which are painful and the size of myomas is extremely large. Surgeons have told me that it is now risky to consider removal as they are too large. However, when they were small, I was told that they were not large enough to remove as they would simply grow back.

They now measure approx. The estimated weight of these non-cancerous tumours is 1. This is after one UAE. This additional weight must put stress on my heart as is it like carrying a sack of potatoes everywhere! I wonder how many doctors or politicians would allow their family members to undergo such continued misery, pain and discomforture.

I estimate that the number would be very low. I run my own business and it would be comforting to think that my health was robust, rather than having to worry about possible side effects and painful symptoms whilst I am working.

It would make sense to me, to understand early treatments which are available and research in how to deal with this condition in a timely manner. The alternative to such a reasonable request, is to perpetrate a higher level of absence from work for many sufferers; higher costs for the NHS at later stages; a diminished quality of life for patients, which is contrary to the expectations of taxpayers.

If I have to fund a surgical procedure privately, I will take legal action to recover my costs. G , Chessington] New to Fibroids so no opinion as yet. E , Boston] I have fibroids. The only treatment I was offered was a removal of my womb. Im 48 now and may be they will shrink when I go though the menapause.

I am prepared to put up with painful periods. H , Marsden, Huddersfield] Having suffered for many years with fibroids I insisted to my GP that I be referred to see a Gynaecologist rather than try drugs, the Mirena coil etc.

My consultant recommended an ablation, which did work for a short time, however, I went back to see her again after 6 months and had an MRI scan. This showed a large fibroid which was treated with a Uterine Arterial Ablation via an Interventional Radiologist, who is a specialist in the treatment of fibroids. This worked for 3 years but now I am back to square one and due to have a fibroid resection carried out next week, having been advised by my consultant that a hysterectomy was the only solution.

I was adamant that there must be another option, hence the resection. I am hoping it works this time, as at 45 I don't really want to have a full hysterectomy as a single working parent. More research needs to be carried out to look at the link between diet and fibroids, as an alternative to the drug therapies that are offered to treat the condition in the early stages. D , Windlesham] I am shocked at how fast fibroids can grow, i had an ablation in my womb and after 15 months i now have a large 12cm x 10cm x 7cm alien in my body!!

To all fellow suffers, ask your GP and gynaecologists to refer you for this treatment. Don't wait for years being fobbed off with tablets and coils. No one ever mentioned this procedure to me, I hadn't heard of it until I found it by doing my own research.

B , Choppington] Too easily brushed aside, and their impact underestimated [ J. P , Warrington] Programator [ D , ] Women get a raw deal when it comes to the treatment of fibroids. C , Oxford] More research has to be done on this as a sufferer. Lots of unbearable pain at times. O , warrington] Recently diagnosed, and told I might need a hysterectomy, Im reluctant as it may disappear after the menopause and I am However the condition is making my life wretched.

More research please as there has to be an alternative to surgery. C , Westhope, Hereford] not enough is done to help women with this condition. It effects our lives every month and we are fobbed off with useless pills that make no difference at all and just prolong our suffering. L , halton, lancaster] I have just been diagnosed with fibroids. I am feeling pretty scared as I didn't expect it and don't know anything much about them.

I have no idea what treatment is available and what to do. Mine is large and I wish it had been detected earlier - I suspect that treatment options could be limited because of its size. More needs to be known about this condition. Please campaign for this important health issue to be taken seriously and raise awareness of the negative impact that it has for 1 out of 3 women and for society as a whole.

S , Tring] Yes we need more research into this condition. Also greater awareness of the effects of HRT on fibroids. G , Martlesham] I have had a 6cm fibroid which was diagnosed four years ago, before that I had a smaller one taken out by keyhole in I cannot believe that we have to have so much surgical intervention for a common but life affecting condition Upon visiting my local hospital, I was advised to have a hystorectomy, as fibroids tend to bleed greatly!

I am due another scan soon, but I will not concede to such a drastic intervention I suffer with painful heavy periods due to a fibroid and wonder if my symptoms will get worse as I am only Please add my name to petition. G , Halesowen] I suffer from fibroids and i would like to find more information. A , Colchester] This is a health issue that has affected every woman in my family over generations. In that time, a cure has been elusive and the treatment advances minimal.

I would like see this condition taken seriously and more funding for research in to the causes and treatment, so that the next generation of women can live without the blight of fibroids.

L , Nr Lewes] I have just been diagnosed with fibroids and had no idea that all the symptoms i've been suffering over the last ten years have probably been due to these.

Awaiting appointment with my GP to discuss the options. I am preparing to arm myself with as much info as possible as judging by the comments i've been reading not enough is known about the condition. I'm 53 but i'm not prepared now to wait and see if they disappear aafter the menopause. I want to feel better NOW!!!

More research please to save future generations what we have been going through for years. I have had a seven plus years battle to find out I have fibroids, endometriosis, IBS, adhesions, and last but not least pain. If I had been able to have access to a yearly check up, I can't help thinking I would be a little better place than i am today.

I have been advised that as my many fibroids are small, they are not a problem and in themselves do no require treatment. I have a full hysterectomy booked in September, I am 40, its not what I want, but after other treatments have failed, I am not sure where I go from here.

We need more funding and research. Many more options when a diagnosis is made. C , stourbridge] I have been back and forth to my Doctors for about 2 years until recently being told that my womb is full of fibroids. I cannot explain how much pain I have been through and how embarrassing it has been to bleed so heavily. I am due to see a gynaecologist next week and hope that I do not have to wait too long for surgery Please prioritise this issue. W , Nottinghamshire] Having fibroid made my physical and mental stage weak, i wish i find a doctor in Hawaii where i live to treat me better and pay attention on my pain,my symtoms that i go through, its been accuring lately on a daily basis and its affecting my lifestyje as a motherbof three daughters and grandmother 3x, im hoping to find better medication or affordable cure in the future.

B , Davengry] More research needs to be done to get a better understanding of why fibroids develop and how women can avoid this problem. A permanent treatment solution also needs to be found so please do spread awareness of the luck of enough funding to do indepth research onto this conditions that is crippling millions of women across the world.

B , Dunstable] I've been battling with fibroids for about 10 years now and have had 3 miscarriages. As a result of the fibroids am very aneamic which required me to have blood transfusions a couple of weeks back. My doctor is investigating the cause of my anaemia though I personally know is the fibroids as I have very heavy and painful periods! I most times have to breath and push to pass out the clots as if am in labour during my periods, which is abit scary!

K , Mitcham] I have recently been diagnosed with fibroids and the biggest surprise and that no-one has no idea about what causes it and that the treatments are so brutal. Surely, given the vast numbers of women who are afflicted by this disease, it is time fibroid research is made a priority.

I'm happy to take part in a study. W , London] was told i had large fibroids in sept was told i had to have a hysterectomy was given all the wrong info by gp. S , ilford] Recently diagnosed only after private consultation. Unclear what to do next. More guidance on treatment and management options needed. S , London] more research needed [ A , London] I have suspected I have sufford with this for many years only to be fobbed off by the medical profession and we have been unable to conceive a child also, only by going to see a private specialist have I had it confirmed the factt I had all the symptoms and I had been treated for unitarey Track infections for many years for which the medication never worked just relieved symptoms.

This does need to be reaerched more heavility in this Country America are far ahead of us with research and when you have al the symptoms its a horrible illness to suffer from and very frustrating as its stops you in your tarcks. B , St columb major] my periods stopped 5 years old, so why am I still having trouble with my fibroids? This is a very common condition and the impact on the lives of women who suffer from fibroids is massive so I would urge that funding into research is given a priority.

G , Swinton] Had both fibroids and endometrian cysts, my Gyno recommended an endoscopy and have recovered well so far. C , Radlett] Better knowledge will make early detection possible and lead to informed treatment and with education help inform younger women [ R.

J , Sowerby bridge] I've been diagnosed with a large fibroid around 12 cm, I'm only 30, I want to have children. My periods are extremely heavy, which has resulted me on anaemia. I have not been given options by the gyn that I've been seen for the last year, only scans and monitoring, on my last consultation I was told the operation was risky so I could lose my womb.

I have tried several herbal treatments but they don't seemed to make much difference, so the fibroid is still there and I can probably just carry on growing. I just wish more research is done into fibroids that help understanding them better and possibly find a cure or not such an invasive treatmet that threat womens bodies so badly.

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