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VOZNESENSKAYA Juliya

Gynecologist-reproductologist

M.D., Head of Clinic of reproductive and prenatal medicine at EMC

2013
Starts working
at EMC
2004
Beginning of
the medical career

Dr.Voznesenskaya graduated with honors from I. M. Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy in 1999, after which she defended her thesis Antiphospholipid syndrome in obstetrics basing her research at V. I. Kulakov Obstetrics, Gynecology and Perinatology research center (Moscow) and the Oslo National Hospital. This research work has been included in the report at the 10th European Student Conference at the Charité in Berlin. 
In 1999-2002, she completed clinical internship at the clinical maternity ward No 4, concurrently participating in various educational programs and conferences: 2002, New Horizons in Gynaecological Endocrinology conference; 2-months course at V. I Kulakov Obstetrics, Gynecology and Perinatology research center, Ultrasound technology on OB/GYN; in 2002, specialized course Pathology of cervix. Colposcopy.

Experience

From 2002 through 2004 worked as fertility specialist in Norway, after confirming her medical degree and diploma in Norway and receiving full medical license to practice in Norway. 
After returning to Russia, worked as an obstetrician/gynaecologist in 2004-2006, and completed additional advanced training courses: 2004 – Obesity in gynecology practice, specialized course; 2005 – advanced specialized course of mammology; 2005 – Ultrasonic hysterosalpingostomy.
In 2006, started her practice as a fertility specialist (IVF, controlled ovulation induction cycles, inseminations, IVF with donor egg, IVF with a surrogate mother, etc.). 
Dr. Voznesenskaya continued active clinical and scientific research activities.
In 2009 completed an internship at SATO clinic (Tokyo, Japan), where she took part in drafting the protocol of low ovarian stimulation; in 2010 the results of this work were reported at a conference in Yokohama, Japan. In 2011, completed an internship for gynecological clinics organization, including the IVF Laboratories in Hong Kong. 
In 2011-2012, conducted training courses on the diagnosis of infertility and practiced in leading clinics of Azerbaijan. 

Scientific works

In 2008, at the ESHRE (the world's largest scientific conference on fertility of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) in Amsterdam, reported the results of a study on preventing ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.

Membership

From May 2011 to date, Dr. Voznesenskaya has been an active member of the Andrologic Endocrinology department, chaired by S. Kalinchenko; participates in a cycle of lectures on male and female infertility, IVF program preparation.

Professional interests

Diagnosis of infertility, infertility treatment, pregnancy management after IVF.

Languages

English, German, Norwegian. 

VOZNESENSKAYA Juliya

Gynecologist-reproductologist

M.D., Head of Clinic of reproductive and prenatal medicine at EMC

2013
Starts working
at EMC
2004
Beginning of
the medical career

Dr.Voznesenskaya graduated with honors from I. M. Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy in 1999, after which she defended her thesis Antiphospholipid syndrome in obstetrics basing her research at V. I. Kulakov Obstetrics, Gynecology and Perinatology research center (Moscow) and the Oslo National Hospital. This research work has been included in the report at the 10th European Student Conference at the Charité in Berlin. 
In 1999-2002, she completed clinical internship at the clinical maternity ward No 4, concurrently participating in various educational programs and conferences: 2002, New Horizons in Gynaecological Endocrinology conference; 2-months course at V. I Kulakov Obstetrics, Gynecology and Perinatology research center, Ultrasound technology on OB/GYN; in 2002, specialized course Pathology of cervix. Colposcopy.

Department Clinic of Reproductive and Prenatal Medicine Pravdy str., 15/1 Telephone: +7 (495) 933 66 55

Experience

From 2002 through 2004 worked as fertility specialist in Norway, after confirming her medical degree and diploma in Norway and receiving full medical license to practice in Norway. 
After returning to Russia, worked as an obstetrician/gynaecologist in 2004-2006, and completed additional advanced training courses: 2004 – Obesity in gynecology practice, specialized course; 2005 – advanced specialized course of mammology; 2005 – Ultrasonic hysterosalpingostomy.
In 2006, started her practice as a fertility specialist (IVF, controlled ovulation induction cycles, inseminations, IVF with donor egg, IVF with a surrogate mother, etc.). 
Dr. Voznesenskaya continued active clinical and scientific research activities.
In 2009 completed an internship at SATO clinic (Tokyo, Japan), where she took part in drafting the protocol of low ovarian stimulation; in 2010 the results of this work were reported at a conference in Yokohama, Japan. In 2011, completed an internship for gynecological clinics organization, including the IVF Laboratories in Hong Kong. 
In 2011-2012, conducted training courses on the diagnosis of infertility and practiced in leading clinics of Azerbaijan. 

Scientific works

In 2008, at the ESHRE (the world's largest scientific conference on fertility of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) in Amsterdam, reported the results of a study on preventing ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.

Membership

From May 2011 to date, Dr. Voznesenskaya has been an active member of the Andrologic Endocrinology department, chaired by S. Kalinchenko; participates in a cycle of lectures on male and female infertility, IVF program preparation.

Questions

Hysteroscopy revealed a polyp of the cervical canal, it was removed, but there are plenty of micropolips. May I do IVF or they should be treated?

Usually, all polyps are removed at therapeutic and diagnostic hysteroscopy. It makes no sense to leave them in the uterus cavity. I think that if manipulation such as "Hysteroscopy with separate diagnostic curettage" was done, you have no polyps now and may safely prepare for IVF.

08.09.2015

Twin pregnancy resulted from IVF, but cervical dilatation occurred and water broke at 20 weeks, so the pregnancy was not maintained. How soon another attempt is possible?

At least a year interval between childbirth and repeated IVF program is required. It is advisable to be prepared and to make every effort to get a singleton pregnancy.

08.09.2015
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