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Sexual health, and particularly women’s sexual health, can often be overlooked by the medical industry. Seattle-based startup Joylux is hoping to change that with its “intimate wellness” device that helps women strengthen their pelvic floor muscle, combating health problems that come from pregnancy and aging.
Joylux is launching the device in the U.S. on Jan 16, founder and CEO Colette Courtion told GeekWire. The company has also secured commitments for a full $5 million Series A funding round and could raise more funds beyond that, she said.