Women’s health startup Stix now offers a comprehensive suite of products for yeast infections. According to the company 75% of women will have at least one yeast infection in their lifetime.

Stix was founded in 2019 and started out selling pregnancy and ovulation tests. Co-founders Cynthia Plotch and Jamie Norwood met through the Venture for America fellowship. After spending nights and weekends researching and talking to women about their oftentimes terrible experience buying and taking pregnancy tests, they decided to build what is now Stix, pregnancy tests delivered straight to the customer’s doorstep.

To date the company has raised $3.5M.

Want to learn more? Read our interview with Stix co-founders Cynthia Plotch & Jamie Norwood here.

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