Singapore, send your d-pics to this app for a penis health screening

A penis health app launched recently to help detect sexually transmitted diseases just by looking at your junk.

Finally, men have a legitimate reason for those dick pics thanks to the folks at HeHealth, which uses artificial intelligence to screen for STDs and answer men’s health concerns – all anonymously.

“Solving penis problems, the new way,” the startup announced succinctly online.

The firm wants the public to stop self-diagnosing by Google and start getting answers to their STD-related questions with its app. 

Users can “instantly” find out whether they have an STD using their fully built, penis-checking AI tool. All one has to do is upload a photo of your ding dong, and the app will screen it and identify symptoms associated with conditions like fungal infections, STDs, and even penis cancer.

The app was designed to remove the stigma of seeking professional diagnoses for sexually transmitted diseases. The brand says its AI is superior to primary care physicians and has an accuracy rate of 90% for finding HPV, or genital warts.

“Not just in Singapore but in most countries, STD is heavily associated with stigma. This stigma often turns STD patients to more discreet forms of diagnosis like crowd diagnosis, which is often inaccurate and unreliable,” HeHealth CEO Yudara Kularathne said in a news release.

The app does not require users to list personal details such as their name, phone number, email or address. It also promises a “safe space” where people can connect anonymously and seek support “without fear” from its “supportive” community.

A feature that is launching soon includes speaking to a doctor in private through a tele-health service if symptoms are detected.

The app has been live-tested 18 months prior to its official launch in late April and has run over 1,000 AI analyses so far, HeHealth says.

HeHealth is part of Singapore Management University’s incubation program and is working with the National University Singapore to conduct more research to develop the platform.

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