There are moments in life when we [as men] have had to keep mute over a nagging problem – take for instance, a sexual dysfunction. It was not that we would have cherished being relieved of the pain but it just happen that there existed some ‘ounce of shame’ within. But that seems to be in the past as technology keeps sweeping us off our feet; we can now have a solution through a series of apps and of course, our smart devices.

Men’s health technology is fast bridging the gap between being shy and getting help [to resolve one’s predicament]. Some apps [like Lemonaid Health, MDLive and Maven] have been set up to enable men have consultations with doctors right through the smart device. Lemonaid Health, for example, seeks to address the issue of men’s erectile dysfunction right through the digital media; everything – from advices down to prescription – is done through the digital media; you will however have to pick up your medications from an accredited pharmacy near your location.

Roman is another men’s digital healthcare service tailored to help men find a lasting solution to erectile dysfunction. The system makes it possible to run online diagnosis; get a consultative session through video or chat and then send you a prescription, if need be. Through its network of pharmacy, the company will also ensure that you get your medication top up as at when due. The service was really appealing that even after I got a great deal on extenze plus here, I still felt it necessary to subscribe to what Roman had to offer.

And in a related development, men who wish to take note of their sperm count can now resort to doing so right within their home. The Trak kit from Sandstone Diagnostics is the tool that will help you achieve this, and you can get to read your result [in a simplistic way] on your Smartphone.

From the foregoings, it is quite clear that with technology acting as some sort of intermediary between men and medical practitioner, the status of (men’s) health – particularly as it relates to sexual matters – will keep improving as there would be no cause to hide under the covers of shame any longer.