Male Health

The Male Health Unit aims to promote and protect the health of men, primarily focusing on issues related to the prostate, fertility, and sexuality.

Male Health Unit

The professionals that make up this unit specialize in male health, specifically fertility issues, penile, testicular, and prostate conditions. Additionally, they perform family planning procedures such as vasectomies and reversals. These health issues are often associated with a man's age so men considering becoming fathers at an older age are advised to seek medical check-ups with specialists beforehand to evaluate their reproductive health.

Male infertility is a global health problem affecting millions of people of reproductive age. At WeFIV, we offer cutting-edge technology and a highly skilled team of professionals to identify the main risk factors, take measures to reduce them, prevent potential conditions, and treat existing issues related to male health.

Given the variety of conditions that can affect men’s sexual health, it’s crucial to consult with a team of professionals and obtain an accurate diagnosis that identifies the issue and recommends the most appropriate treatment for each patient. Evaluations are conducted by a specialist in men’s sexual health to quickly detect sexual and reproductive dysfunctions and provide the treatment best suited for each case.

Our andrologists and urologists work together with the Psychological Support Unit, endocrinologists, biochemists, and imaging specialists focused on men’s comprehensive health. Regular medical check-ups allow for the identification of risk factors and the diagnosis of conditions affecting men’s health in their early stages or before symptoms appear. At WeFIV, our team of professionals advises and supports each patient on men’s health care during prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of various conditions.

Our Services

Check-ups

In the Male Health Unit, we perform various treatments and medical follow-ups tailored to each patient’s reason for visiting. Regardless of a man’s specific health needs, it’s recommended that starting at age 40, he should have annual prostate check-ups to prevent complications in the future. Prostate issues that can be prevented or detected early include cancer, hyperplasia that can cause urinary problems, and prostatitis (prostate inflammation).

Erectile Dysfunction

Likewise, for those who visit our center due to sexual health issues – such as erectile dysfunction – we have the best team of professionals who will provide the most suitable treatment for each individual case. Treatments range from medication to surgical procedures, but all aim to restore satisfactory sexual activity.

Professional Team

The members of the Male Health Unit are urology specialists.They possess the knowledge and tools necessary to treat male urinary system conditions such as urinary infections, kidney tumors, urinary tract tumors, and bladder conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Male infertility is a condition that affects men of reproductive age, preventing them from achieving pregnancy in a fertile woman after a year of unprotected sexual intercourse. At WeFIV, we work to identify risk factors, reduce them, and prevent possible pathologies, always with the goal of improving men’s health.

Andrologists and urologists are responsible for treating infertility in male patients. At WeFIV, we have a team of highly trained professionals in men’s health. Additionally, our specialists work interdisciplinary with psychiatrists, psychologists, endocrinologists, biochemists, and radiologists, all focused on men’s comprehensive health.

On one hand, there’s primary infertility, which is the inability to achieve pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. 

On the other hand, there’s secondary infertility, which refers to the inability to achieve pregnancy after a previous conception. Infertility can be caused by a variety of conditions that can alter men’s sexual health, such as environmental and lifestyle factors like smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, obesity, and exposure to environmental pollutants.

At WeFIV, we use cutting-edge technology and a highly trained professional team to treat male infertility. Procedures may vary depending on the cause of the condition, but all aim to improve men’s health and reproductive capacity. Treatments may include lifestyle changes, medications, surgery, or assisted reproductive techniques.

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