First consultation

The first visit to the doctor is a fundamental part of knowing the patient, whether it is done preventively or to diagnose and treat an existing situation, we offer gynecology and obstetrics consultation, male and female fertility, nutrition and oncology among others.

Gynecological consultation

The Gynecological consultation is a medical visit where the doctor performs an anamnesis (directed medical questioning), on family and personal aspects, previous problems and the cause of the visit. But most importantly, he performs a detailed physical examination that first palpates the thyroid gland, checks and explores the mammary glands, and finally inspects the external genitalia. Currently, it must always be accompanied by a gynecological ultrasound, preferably via the vagina, or otherwise, if the patient has not initiated sexual activity, then an abdominal one.

In the vast majority of gynecological consultations, performing a pap smear is essential and depending on said exploration, consider the possibility of accompanying it with a colposcopy.

  • Changes in menstruation.

  • Benign mammary pathology (fibroadenoma – fibrocystic mastopathy).

  • Benign tumors of the uterus (fibroids – polyps).

  • Benign ovarian tumors (endometriotic cyst – simple cysts).

  • Tubal pathology (Salpingitis – Hidrosalpinx).

  • Genital tract infections (cervicovaginitis).

  • Urinary tract infections (cystitis – urinary infection).

Fertility consultation

Here it is very important to highlight the need to go to a specialist in Reproductive Medicine, it has been proven that going to a doctor who does not have knowledge in the matter delays the possibility of pregnancy from 3 to 5 years. But above all, the conditions or problems associated with infertility are the subject of a specialist who has the capacity to diagnose and give adequate management to each problem. In addition to making a detailed gynecological assessment, we provide an explanation of the probable causes, such as; we offer multidisciplinary management in favor of pregnancy.

  • Tubal factors (OTB and/or salpingectomy – hydrosalpinx – salpingitis).

  • Ovarian cycle problems (polycystic ovaries – chronic anovulation).

  • Uterine anatomical alterations (fibroids – polyps).

  • Endocrine disorders (Metabolic Syndrome – Hyperprolactinemia – Hypothyroidism).

  • Factors in sperm quality (low seminal quantity – altered mobility).

Male factor

Almost half of fertility complications derive from a male factor and from the first consultation there are two practical and non-invasive studies that can be performed to rule out semen problems and start treatment if necessary.

“In the vast majority of cases, from the first consultation we can detect what is happening”

Dr. Arturo Valdés
Dr. Arturo Valdés
Reproductive Medicine and Gynecological Endocrinology
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