Help us accomplish our mission. 

Want to join us? Here are the options available to you.

BECOME A MEMBER

  • Take charge of your health while being supported by the Vivre 100 Fibromes (Living Without Fibroids) team and by other Fibromelles.
  • Be better informed and make more informed decisions about your health.
  • Share special moments and benefit from the experiences of women with a similar path.
  • Access the resources of Vivre 100 Fibromes (activities, discounts, professionals, etc.)

Fill out the form to become a member.

MAKE A DONATION

Help us accomplish our mission by making a donation now.

All funds raised will be used to:

  • Support Vivre 100 Fibromes in its mission
  • Contribute to the organization of support activities and information sessions
  • Participate in research funds on uterine fibroids.

For more information, contact us.

Become a partner

Are you a healthcare professional? A researcher? Would you like to collaborate with us on a project or write articles that would be published in the Fibromelles blogContact us!

Your expertise will serve to provide reliable medical information to women who suffer from uterine fibroids.

“Prendre la parole pour exister, raconter et se faire entendre auprès d’une sphère médiatique, sociale et médicale quasi inexistante et méconnaissante face aux fibromes utérins est primordiale. Aujourd’hui plus que jamais, nous voulons que nos droits soient respectés”.

Aïssatou

“À mon premier mois de grossesse un des fibromes avait déjà doublé de volume (8 cm). C’était douloureux et angoissant. Il n’est pas passé un jour pendant ma grossesse sans que j’imagine quelque chose, mais j’ai été très soutenue par mes proches et j’y ai cru.”

Alexandra

Oui, vous êtes enceinte d’un fibrome de la grosseur d’un fœtus de 30 semaines!”. Elle poursuit de plus belle en me disant : “Madame, vous n’avez pas de ventre en réalité! Le ventre que vous avez, c’est le fibrome ! Sans le fibrome, vous auriez un ventre plat!”

Keren

Become a volunteer

Being a volunteer in the Vivre 100 Fibromes association means:

  • Being one of the men and women who wish to improve the quality of care of women with uterine fibroids.
  • Knowing the satisfaction that comes with helping others.
  • Meeting a group of dynamic and committed women.
  • Using your experience of uterine fibroids to help other women, couples, and families who suffer from this condition.
  • Extending your network.

To become a volunteer, download the form.

“Enthusiasm grows with action, the latter making it possible to see concrete results.” We need you.