Toronto-based femtech startup Undu Wearables has recently launched their unique wearable menstrual pain management products across Canada. Period pain impacts 84% of women resulting in 9 days of productivity lost every year. Yet people looking for relief from menstrual pain have felt that this problem hasnot been adequately addressed and are looking for non-invasive options.
Undu’s co-founders Robin Linton, Katherine Porter and Charlie Katrycz started the Company in 2019 after winning the National James Dyson Award, an international invention competition. Their innovation received praise for using novel injection molding technology to solve a prevalent yet under addressed problem in women’s health. Until then, there had not been a natural and effective menstrual pain solution that was also affordable, ethical and discrete.
Read the original article.