Juna Zimlitski

1.Being a doctor isn’t a profession! It’s a medicine call, which from childhood I have been dreaming of such. I like each successful result which ends with the birth of a  new life. 

 

Reproductive Medicine  is one of the promising and positive direction. Every woman is given opportunity to be happy and carry out heartfelt to be a mother. What could be greater happiness than this.

 

2.It will be said out loud that I’m proud of it. Perhaps it is only a matter of time before I feel this way. However, I get pleasure helping people. Makes me happy to have someone else well and have successful results.

 

3.Word-reproduction means new creation. I couldn’t imagine any other area more interesting than Reproductive Medicine.

 

My grandmother, Juna Bagaturia, was one of Georgia’s first Reproductologist. This field was established during her activity period by led I. Jordania.

Grandma’s influence, her narrative on this field aroused great interest in me. I have never dreamt about other field. I thought it was my calling and direction.

 

  1. IVF is the greatest achievement of the 21st century on medicine. Consequently I think that the whole reproduction revolves around it. This assistive technology have given many couples a chance to have a child. I believe there are many new discoveries are ahead in this direction of Reproductive Medicine. PGD (preimplantation genetic diagnosis) gives us the opportunity to prevent many congenital and genetic diseases. Even genetic engineering, which is at the research level, will not only prevent diseases but also cure it.

 

5.I will probably talk about the achievements years later. At present I can talk about small victories. This victory is positive results.

 

  1. My credo is: Never give up, Keep Going !!!

 

7.In my leisure time I spend mostly with family members: my husband and child. Skiing can be considered my hobby, which is the most favorite entertainment in Winter. I am fascinated by reading books. Due to the present reality, I have less time for that. Basically I get acquainted with the latest medical literature if I take the time.

 

  1. I graduated from Tbilisi State Medical University.

 

  1. I graduated from Tbilisi State Medical University residency program in OB/GYN and Reproductive Medicine. In parallel, I was doing internships in different countries: Israel, France.

 

  1. Since 2016 I worked in London “Harley Street Fertility Clinic”, as well as doing an internship at the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. I would especially like to mention the medical internship at the largest hospital in London “Guy’s and St. Thomas Hospital” at the Center for Reproductive Medicine, where I learnt about the latest techniques and methods of treatment through IVF.

 

11.The most important piece of advice would be to consult a doctor in time, not to delay treatment and necessary interventions, because in most cases, a woman’s age is crucial!

Unfortunately, we can’t stop the biological clock! One must have hope and everything will end in success.