What do you like most about what you do?
I am equally pleased with each step of my daily medical activity, starting with getting to know a new patient (couple) and clarifying their problem, with the final results.
In your practice, what are you most proud of?
I can’t say I’m proud of anything, but I can say that every positive outcome makes me extremely happy.
Why did you choose to work in the field of reproductive medicine?
Six years ago, before I started working in the reproductive field, I had 11 years of experience as a gynecologist. I have worked in all areas of this specialty at different times. Reproduction has been and is the most dynamically developing and extremely exciting field for me.
What do you consider your special areas of interest in reproductive medicine?
Very familiar and very unknown – genetics.
What is your approach to medicine?
Every new life that emerged through my help.
Share something unique that most people don’t know about you.
Years ago I chose an article of dissertation on “The Impact of Pregnancy on the Development and Current of Some Forms of Epilepsy”. You know how complicated chronic disease is epilepsy. Women with epilepsy are most stigmatized. They have a particular fear of planning pregnancy, given all the possible complications. It was interesting for me to see if pregnancy exacerbated or exacerbated this chronic disease. For this reason, an experimental study was carried out to observe the development of modeled forms of epilepsy and mineralization in experimental animals up to pregnancy and after. The study found that none of the groups had progression or exacerbation of epilepsy in either group. On the contrary, epileptic status developed during pregnancy was significantly milder than before and after pregnancy. The results have given me a reason to be more confident about planning and managing pregnancy in epilepsy patients, and have shared the joy of motherhood with epilepsy patients many times.
What do you do for fun in your spare time? What are your hobbies?
For the past few years, I have been spending my free time on canvas. It gives me pleasure and tranquility to create beauty cell-to-cell on canvas.
I.M. Sechenov Medical Academy – Faculty of Medicine, Moscow, Russia
I.M Sechenow medical academy – Department of Gynecology.
Georgian Academy of Sciences Candidate of Beritashvili Institute of Physiology. Ph.D. student at Tbilisi State Medical University – Academic Degree – Doctor of Medicine.
Based on your experience, what can you recommend to new couples/Future patients?
Don’t postpone the visit to a reproductologist. The timely appeal will significantly shorten your path to the desired result.