Women’s health startup Daye launches world’s first virtual period pain clinic

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Today, award-winning gynecology startup Daye is launching the world’s first virtual menstruation platform that empowers female and female at birth (AFAB) practitioners to identify the root cause of menstrual cramps and easily access helpful diagnostic information. Announcing the launch of a pain clinic. Manage symptoms appropriately.

Nine out of 10 women suffer from period cramps, and researchers at University College London (UCL) have shown that cramps can be as painful as a heart attack. . Nonetheless, many of these women suffer in silence, with 57% saying period cramps affect their ability to work.

Daye argues that menstrual cramps are a serious health concern, and those suffering from chronic pain need attention, support, and prompt access to effective medical interventions.

This women-founded start-up is working with NHS GPs, gynecologists and chronic pelvic pain specialists to help women understand and manage period pain easily and affordably through period pain clinics. We have developed a revolutionary new service called PPC). This new service provides a thorough evaluation of a patient’s condition and is available to a variety of specialists, including sexual health nurses, gynecologists, pelvic pain and fertility specialists, nutritionists, dermatologists, breathing coaches, and acupuncturists. We offer individual consultations with the house.

These carefully vetted medical professionals can help people with period cramps, endometriosis, adenomyosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), uterine fibroids, and other conditions associated with chronic pelvic pain. You can more quickly diagnose the root cause of your symptoms. It can also address other related and largely uncontrolled conditions such as infertility, hair loss, obesity and severe acne.

We also recommend symptom management tools with clinical evidence. Examples of recommended interventions include his prescribed CBD (cannabidiol) tampons, TENS machines, pelvic floor trainers, acupuncture, hormonal contraceptives, etc. Daye has partnered with pioneers in the pain management business, such as Myoovi, to help women receive discounts on recommended products.

“Today, it can take patients seven to 10 years to get an answer and treatment, so changing the way menstrual cramps are diagnosed and treated is very important. They get diagnosed later than men, and patients can sacrifice up to £40,000 in income through the lengthy process of managing their pain and getting a diagnosis,” says Daye founder Valen. Tina Milanova explains.

After her personal experience with severe cramps, and after hearing stories of debilitating menstrual symptoms from thousands of members of the Daye community, Milanova offers modern answers to addressing chronic pain. I feel it is time to do so. “Our unique algorithm and virtual consultation will ensure that women and those with AFABs (assigned to women at birth) receive convenient, accessible and personalized care. The launch is an important milestone in advancing the diagnosis and treatment of gynecological health conditions, and an important step towards gynecologic health.” But it also enables millions of women and AFAB individuals to better understand, manage and challenge the status quo of their monthly pain. “

“Women and people with AFAB can go years without looking for the cause of period pain, accepting it as an unavoidable feature of the menstrual cycle. It can be caused by many serious conditions and can lead to further complications in the future if left untreated.

“Through our virtual platform, patients receive ongoing support, education and access to resources to foster a sense of community and potential among those dealing with these chronic diseases. We couldn’t be more proud of this new service, which fulfills our mission to bridge the gender gap in medical research and innovation and raise the bar in gynecological care delivery,” concludes Milanova.

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