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A fulfilling sex life means more than just having a lot of it. In addition to self-care, communication and a bit of adventure, there’s the actual physical logistics of it to consider.
One of life’s most important lessons? Recognize when you can’t do something alone and need a bit of a helping hand. Hims and Hers—which provide access to prescription-based health products online—are doing just that. Here’s what we love about the way they’re helping make sex better for all.
A little bit of help for him.
Like we’ve said before, putting unnecessary pressure on yourself to perform “well” during sex—bringing your partner to orgasm, for example—can be a serious mood killer. And for guys who experience erectile dysfunction (the inability to develop or maintain an erection firm enough for sex), it can be even more stressful.
Turns out that, by age 40, 40% of men can find it difficult to get and maintain an erection. Hims provides access to a selection of erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment options backed by science that can help you deal with the issue before it starts to become a real, well, downer in your sex life. And if you’re not sure if a prescription treatment for ED is right for you, the Hims team has put together a handy guide with more info.
As a friend of maude, get your first month of Sildenafil for just $5.
A little bit of help for her.
While ED mightn’t be something that women have to physically deal with, there are other issues they may encounter that can make sex less enjoyable. In fact, for a range of different reasons, quite a lot of women experience low libido. Hers is helping women reclaim their sex drives via the prescription medication Addyi, which can help reignite a stagnant libido.
The right to birth control is a passion we also share with Hers. To save you the hassle of going to a doctor, dealing with your insurance company or going to pick it up from the pharmacy, Hers provides easy access to 10 different types of birth control pills.