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Mike Berkley interviews Dr. Nurit Winkler 06/04 by You Can Have a Baby

By Paula Hovell on June 05, 2013

Mike Berkley interviews Dr. Nurit Winkler

You Can Have a Baby

You Can Have a Baby

Please click on link above to listen to our very own Dr. Nurit Winkler being interviewed by Mike Berkley.

Dr. Winkler is board certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology & Reproductive Endocrinology. She completed her residency at Brown University School of Medicine where she earned multiple teaching and research awards. She completed 3 years of fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology &
Infertility at the University of TX Southwestern Medical Center conducting cutting edge research in the field of reproduction with special interest in ovarian aging & fertility treatments. She received her medical degree from the University of Pavia in Italy graduating with the highest distinction. Dr Winkler has presented her research in national & international meetings, is the author of a chapter in Reproductive Medicine & is a member of numerous prestigious societies. Dr Winkler continues to hold a position of Clinical Instructor at UTSW Medical Center & frequent guest lecturer at acupuncture schools. Raised in Italy and Israel she is fluent in Hebrew and Italian and licensed to practice medicine in 3 continents. She believes each patient is unique in his/her underlying diagnosis & her most important role as a fertility specialist is maintaining a high pregnancy rate which can only be achieved by tailoring the most suitable fertility treatment to the patient. Dr. Winkler's success rate is among the highest in the country & believes infertility and fertility treatments can be a source of stress & frustration & smooth & communication, personalized care are a critical component of any fertility treatment & key for high success rates.

Topic: The Female Biological Clock

Questions addressed during interview:

1.       What is the true meaning of the female biological clock?

2.       Does male fertility also changes with age?

3.       What are the signs of decline in fertility as women age?

4.       What are the best tests that can help us diagnose the decline in fertility?

5.       Are those fertility tests precise and reliable?

6.       What are the best fertility treatments for women of “advanced maternal age”?

7.       What are the most frequent reasons for which fertility treatments don't always work in for women of advanced maternal age

8.        Is there a way to stop or slow done the female biological clock?

9.       Is egg freezing safe?

10.   What are the options for women of advanced maternal age who failed fertility treatments ?

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