"This Tiny Machine Promises to Shock Away Your Period Cramps"

In what feels like a rare medical innovation in the female reproductive health realm, a new company based in Israel called Livia has promised a way to cure us all of our debilitating cramps without any painkillers. That's right. Unhand your bottles of ibuprofen and Midol, because there's a (potential) new solution in town, and it's basically a tiny little

"I would definitely use this again!"

Periods. They're the worst. You bloat, you break out, and you're in pain. Oh, and it happens every freaking month. But what if there was a device that turned off your period cramps? That's what Livia is trying to do.

"This is the best wearable I have ever tried. Period."

When it comes to menstrual cramps, almost every woman in the world will have some experience of them. Some suffer with debilitating pain for days every month, while others will get away lightly with the odd twinge here and there.

THE SCIENCE BEHIND LIVIA

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