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“Men should be able to speak freely about different aspects of their health, including sexual aspects, because it’s a very big part of your life in terms of overall well being,” says Mat Rezaei, licensed pharmacist and CEO of UPGUYS, a new digital health service for men. “Talking about your sexual desire, performance, functionality, and satisfaction is becoming more common. It’s not just about enhancing your sexual health but also about being your best self.”
Putting off addressing erectile dysfunction can make things worse
People may not be visiting doctor’s offices or hospitals out of worry of being exposed to the virus. However, the message from the medical community is clear: it’s better not to wait to address even seemingly small health issues.
Delaying treatment for ED can exacerbate the problem, with the potential for associated stress and worry to increase. It’s also important to seek medical advice for sexual health matters for early diagnosis and intervention, especially if more serious issues are suspected.
Men in Canada have a safe, socially distanced and reliable option
UPGUYS is a virtual service that provides medical guidance and treatment for men all across the country by licensed Canadian doctors and pharmacists. Men first answer simple questions about their general health and medical history through a secure online form then connect with a physician by phone to discuss their unique symptoms and needs. If medication is deemed appropriate, it’s dispensed by the licensed pharmacy running UPGUYS and discreetly shipped to their door.