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
In regards midwife Tiina Untera, I don’t have enough good words to commend her service. Anyone, who trusts herself into the care of Tiina, will never be disappointed. I would like to remain pregnant, just so I could continue to go to Tiina’s pregnancy monitoring appointments.
I had an online consultation with your gynaecologist, which I was very pleased with. The doctor gave me advice and reassured me, I felt secure. I’m sure I’ll be visiting your clinic in the future.
I am so happy! I became a mother through sperm donation. I feel like now everything is as it should be. Becoming a mother was very important for me. Although fertility in women decreases in their thirties, I no longer have to feel the pressure of running late with having a child. I have already told my first child how she was born into this world. She knows that her mommy went to a clinic and was given ‘baby seeds’ and that’s how she was born.