Services

At WeFIV, we offer various specialized options for our patients.

Services

At WeFIV, we provide comprehensive care, working with different specialists depending on our patients’ diagnoses. That's why we have the Psychology Unit, Ambulatory Surgery Unit, Men's Health Unit, and the Wellness Unit.

Psychological Support Unit

At WeFIV's emotional support unit, our patients' emotional well-being is our top priority. We offer access to a psychologist for both individual and couples consultations.

Ambulatory Surgery

Through WeFIV's Ambulatory Surgery Unit, we aim to minimize the trauma caused by conventional surgery, which allows patients to return home just a few hours after their procedure.

Men's Health

At WeFIV's Men's Health Unit, we have developed programs to address men's specific health issues. Here we mainly focus on preserving prostate health, sexual health, and addressing male infertility problems.

Wellness

At WeFIV, the Wellness Unit aims to help our patients navigate assisted reproduction treatments with tools that will improve both their overall physical and emotional health.

Wellness

Services

At WeFIV, we provide comprehensive care, working with different specialists depending on our patients’ diagnoses. That's why we have the Psychology Unit, Ambulatory Surgery Unit, Men's Health Unit, and the Wellness Unit.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we have a Psychological Support Unit dedicated to maintaining and fostering emotional well-being through the support of a specialist. Although assisted reproduction treatment success rates are good, psychological care is important because couples may experience feelings of distress, frustration, and uncertainty throughout the process.

At WeFIV, our Ambulatory Surgery Unit allows patients to recover from procedures in the comfort of their own homes. Our Unit conducts a personalized and comprehensive assessment of each patient’s pathology and recommends treatments accordingly. Generally, the procedures performed are related to gynecological and urological issues.

The main causes of male infertility are:

  • Extreme obesity.
  • Erection problems.
  • Genital tract abnormalities that prevent semen from being deposited in the vagina during sexual intercourse.
  • Decreased semen quality and low sperm count.
  • Abnormal urethral opening, pronounced penile curvature, or significant penile reduction.

Intrauterine Insemination does not affect a woman’s health; it is a safe treatment.

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