Ludmila Barbakadze

Thanks to her caring help, many families have a sense of life and women who were not given the opportunity to become mothers can now hold their own child in their arms. It helps to fulfill the most cherished dream – to become a parent.

 

 

  • What do you like most about what you do?

 

The specialty of a reproductive specialist involves constant development – this is one of the great advantages of our profession. Every day, week, month is a new experience: reproductive medicine is evolving rapidly. Another very important aspect of work is communication with patients. It is an integral part of treatment. No matter how medicine is developing, personal contact between the patient and the doctor is essential. Individual approach is especially important in the treatment of infertility.

 

  • In your practice, what are you most proud of?

 

As a result of hard work –  happiness of barren families is one of the greatest achievement. Women who have not been able to be mothers can be happy and have their own children, which is a great pleasure. With the help of our profession it is possible to realize a dream called motherhood.

 

  • Why did you choose to work in the field of reproductive medicine?

 

Reproductology is a field of medicine that is constantly evolving, requiring a physician to constantly work with himself and widen his knowledge. Besides this, when you’re helping infertile couples and solving their problem of infertility, gives me great energy and stimulus.

 

 

  • What do you consider your special areas of interest in reproductive medicine?

 

Reproductive genetics and immunology are still unrecognizable and very interesting fields in reproductive science.

 

 

  • What is your approach to medicine?

 

Each new pregnancy and the birth of a new life is the greatest achievement and the defeat of a problem called infertility.

 

 

  • Share something unique that most people don’t know about you.

 

I have a dissertation in Reproductology, specifically in the field of in vitro fertilization, which deals with the importance of ovarian reserve assessment in predicting the outcome of in vitro fertilization. Also, I am Assistant Professor of department of Reproducology and Obstetrics and Gynecology at Iv. Javakhishvili -Tbilisi State University. The relationship with students and the teaching process is an integral part of my work as a doctor. The biggest incentive is for me to take an active part in the development of young people.

 

 

  • What do you do for fun in your spare time? What are your hobbies?

 

I try to spend my free time with my children and family members. I love listening to classical music, which gives me amazing spiritual peace and it is one of the best sources of my relaxation.

 

 

  • Medical School

 

Tbilisi State Medical University.

 

 

  • Residency

 

Residency-specialty of reproduction, then obstetrics-gynecology atTbilisi State Medical University.

 

 

  • Fellowship

 

Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University.

 

  1. Based on your experience, what can you recommend to new couples /Future patients?

The main myth that needs to be overcome when working with patients is the myth that reproductive function can be realized at any age, but this is not the case. Pregnancy and childbirth should be planned for the optimal age for the woman and for the couple. I would give patients the following recommendations: First: It is best to plan a pregnancy at the optimal age.  Consultation with reproductive therapist in a timely manner. Secondly, it is important to have a reasonable and healthy lifestyle: moderate physical activity, proper variety of food, psycho-emotional stability. Lifestyle is an important aspect of infertility prevention. Third: Prevention of sexually transmitted infections, protection of sexual safety. Finally, the decision and choice of procedure should be made in agreement with the patient.