I joined the Next Fertility Nordic team in 2017. Before that, I worked at Tallinn University for 20 years as a lecturer of Turkish language and literature. I organise the work of the clinic between donors and medical staff as well as advise patients on the choice of donor. I also provide peer support counselling to both patients and donors. I am a flexible person when it comes to choosing my profession, but I have always had a strong desire to help others. This encompasses teaching a foreign language, aiding with donor selection for a treatment cycle, or helping a patient relieve the stress of infertility treatment. I am an active and positive-minded person, and my interests include translation and psychology.
I have graduated from Tallinn University with a degree in Russian Philology, and I have a master’s degree in Oriental Philology (Turkish language and literature). I have taken part in international training sessions in Estonia and Turkey. In 2020, I started learning peer support counselling.
Estonian, Russian, Turkish, English
Families about us
The team works really well together, everyone is very polite and makes a huge effort to speak English, which was so appreciated. It can be daunting traveling somewhere alone to do IVF, however the minute I entered the clinic I felt very welcomed and at home. The team is extremely professional, the clinic is modern and immaculate.
“I liked the fact that the nurse, midwife and doctor answered all of my questions and listened to me and that I always received more than just a simple answer to my initial questions. I felt good and cared for.”
“Very pleasant staff! I feel welcomed and cared for. Thank you for taking so much time for us and teaching us how to inject (midwife Tiina). Thank you, Dr Aluri, you are the best doctor I have ever been to!”