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What I liked: "Dr Sheldon saved my life - I was given a clean bill of health by my GP, but he realised that I was chronically ill and saved my life. This was nearly 20 years ago and I am still alive."

I went for: An appt

Patient who saw Dr. Peter J H Sheldon in Leicester Royal Infirmary

What I liked: "Dr Aravindan is an excellent & competent Gynaecologist. Took Interest in my case as a Consultant. She explained what was going on in my body with professionalism and empathy which put me at ease. Outlined all the options available to me and with recommendation. Felt good & satisfied. Highly recommended."

I went for: Fibriod diagnosis and treatment

Patient who saw Dr. Rajeshwari Aravindan in Leicester Royal Infirmary

What I liked: "Treated with the utmost sensitivity, kindness and compassion."

Could improve: "Nothing, well done LRI. You gave my mother five star treatment in the 3 days leading to the end of her life at the LRI stroke ward. Thank you to a most dedicated team."

I went for: Consultation with Mr Eveson

Patient who saw Dr. David Eveson in Leicester Royal Infirmary

What I liked: "Mr Machili was excellent. He gave me ample time, explained everything very clearly. He was very reassuring and gave me confidence in his assessment. His manner was superb."

Could improve: "Nothing."

I went for: TIA assessment

Patient who saw Dr. Chipulwa Machili in Leicester Royal Infirmary

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Not that I know of! Fibroids can be treated by medications but they re grow when medications are stopped. The medication are hormonal treatment and can have side effects. Fibroids are more commonly treated surgically. There are some other treatment options such as uterine artery Embolization and MRI guided ultrasound.

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