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Roman
Erectile dysfunction meds prescribed online and delivered

Roman is for men over 18 who are experiencing erectile dysfunction and prefer to receive treatment from the comfort of their home. Get prescribed online, meds delivered to your door.

10 Alternatives to Roman

Birth control prescribed and delivered

Real doctors, real care - with or without insurance. Easy, accessible birth control delivered to your door for no extra charge! Consult with real doctors on the web or mobile app to find what birth control is best for you. Never worry about getting refills at the pharmacy again with auto-refills from Nurx.

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Nick Abouzeid
Nick Abouzeid- Partner @ Shrug Capital
My girlfriend uses this. I can't say I have first-hand experience, but she said it worked well & efficiently.
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TechCrunch
Nurx, citing 200,000 current patients and a monthly growth rate as high as 20%, has raised $32 million in Series C equity funding in a round co-led by existing investors Kleiner Perkins and Union Square Ventures. The company has also secured $20 million in debt, bringing total new capital to $52 million.
NBC News
Birth control is just a few clicks away, no doctor visit needed, thanks to a telemedicine app that has left some pro-life advocates wary. Often referred to as " Uber for birth control," Nurx ships birth control directly to a woman's doorstep, bypassing the traditional visit to a clinic or physician typically necessary for getting or renewing a prescription.
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Helping men prevent hair loss, erectile dysfunction and more

Hims is a men's wellness brand built to help guys tackle those uncomfortable topics related to their health. Men aren’t supposed to care for themselves. We call bullshit. We offer products to prevent hair loss, erectile disfunction, aging skin, and more of the stuff you care about.

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TechCrunch
Hims, known by many for its phallic New York subway advertisements, has raised an additional $100 million in venture capital funding on a pre-money valuation of $1 billion. The round was first reported by Recode and confirmed to TechCrunch by sources with knowledge of the deal.
WIRED
Hims, a San Francisco-based e-commerce startup selling men's wellness products, has raised $40 million in funding from venture firms IVP and Redpoint Ventures, according to sources familiar with the deal. The new round values Hims at $200 million not including the funding, the sources said.
TechCrunch
It's never been a better time to be a man who privately suffers from erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation or hair loss. Before you roll your eyes, that is a lot of men. They are not the silver-haired septuagenarians depicted in drug advertisements, either.
Men's Journal
Losing your hair? Try hims, the affordable new grooming brand designed to help you fight balding from inside and out.
Business Insider
Hims is a new startup focused on men's wellness, founded by serial entrepreneur Andrew Dudum. It's launching with men's hair loss prevention medicines. It will expand to include other categories shortly after launch, like skincare and sexual wellness. A new e-commerce startup is aiming to soothe men's biggest sources of anxiety.
Fast Company
A few years ago, entrepreneur Andrew Dudum, 29, was taken aside by his sister at a family dinner.
Racked
Andrew Dudum had a pretty brutal conversation with his 24-year-old sister last year while they were out for dinner one night, wherein she pointed out his dry skin and breakouts. Dudum says she told him, "You're, like, 28 years old, there is stuff you can buy that works - it's science."
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Prescription based health products delivered online

Hers is your health, in your hands.

Accessible healthcare, now in your hands. medical grade products delivered to your door to help solve your biggest skin, hair, and sex concerns.

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Adam Vaughn Robinson
Adam Vaughn Robinson- Entrepreneur. Startup Strategist.
dead simple way to get birth control pills delivered to your door.
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TechCrunch
Hims, known by many for its phallic New York subway advertisements, has raised an additional $100 million in venture capital funding on a pre-money valuation of $1 billion. The round was first reported by Recode and confirmed to TechCrunch by sources with knowledge of the deal.
Business Insider
BI PRIME: Known as Hers, the brand will offer skin, hair, and sexual wellness products including Addyi, a sexual dysfunction medication for women.
TechCrunch
HIMS has a new women's brand offering birth control, the 'female viagra,' shampoo, skin care and more.
Forbes
Men's wellness brand Hims is launching a sister brand, Hers, selling acne creams, vitamins and one medication that's faced a fair share of controversy.
Nytimes
New entrants in the self-care business go beyond skin care and sound baths to market sexual solutions to women.
Fast Company
Can serial entrepreneur Andrew Dudum strike gold twice by applying the same cost-effective solutions for the women's health category that he did for men?
12 Alternatives to Hers

Building the world's most patient-centric pharmacy.

Alto is a digital pharmacy company that offers doctors and clinics an easier back-end system to fill those prescriptions. The company delivered more than 100,000 prescriptions to 12,000 patients living in the San Francisco Bay Area since launching in June of 2015, and investors are betting big on it.

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TechCrunch
Digital pharmacy startup ScriptDash is getting a new name today, along with $23 million in Series B financing. The startup will now go by Alto to reflect its intention to go beyond just delivery. "Alto's latin root means 'elevated' or 'tall' and we're trying to elevate the pharmacy experience," co-founder Mattieu Gamache-Asselin said.
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At-home fertility tests – no clinic required

Modern Fertility brings hormone fertility testing to your house, for a fraction of the price – no clinic required.

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TechCrunch
A fresh $15 million in funding led by Forerunner Ventures should help. Forerunner founder Kirsten Green, who takes a board seat as part of the round, is known for countless savvy bets on a wide number of consumer brands that have taken off with users, from Dollar Shave Club to Bonobos to Glossier.
TechCrunch
It's often the case that women don't think much about their reproductive health until they have to. Sometimes it begins with an aside from a well-meaning gynecologist - or one's impatient parents. Sometimes, it's because a couple is ready to try conceiving and it’...
Cbsnews
Women in their 30s are now having more children than those in their 20s, according to the CDC. But putting off childbearing can affect a woman's chances to get pregnant. A San Francisco-based startup, Modern Fertility, has launched an at-home hormone test similar to those done in fertility clinics.
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Viagra delivered discreetly to your door

Eddie is a Viagra Connect subscription service. It helps men get erectile dysfunction medicine with zero hassle and embarrassment.

Speak to our chatbot and we’ll make a decision in less than 60 seconds. We provide free, discreet delivery to your door.

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Dailystar.co.uk
PA Earlier this year, Viagra became available to Brits without a prescription. While blokes no longer have to go to the doctor to get the pills, some do worry about asking their chemist for them. So many will be pleased to know that you can now get the sexual enhancers sent straight to your home.
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