Taking care of hormonal health can be dangerous, as it affects the most intimate aspects of our lives. Kindly Health wants this to be available to more people, including home tests (combined sperm tests and polycystic ovary syndrome tests), telehealth connections and extras.
An initiative from Bangalore, which seeks to expand global markets, announced today that it has raised $ 3.25 million seeds from retailers including Y Combinator, Olive Tree, Soma, Goodwater and Gaingels.
Kindly Health has two sales lines, KindlyHis and KindlyHers. KindlyHers has developed PCOS predictive tests that can help mothers identify and manage PCOS. It also sells full-time laboratory history of PCOS history and STD disease. KindlyHis sperm test allows users to test at home and send to test sites to find out.
Kindly Health was founded in 2020 by Nilay Mehrotra, its CEO, and formerly known as Janani.life. Mehrotra told TechCrunch that before taking part in the Y Combinator team for the winter of 2022, Kindly Health was just looking at fertility, specifically developing a B2B tool for IVF hospitals that would help them choose the right baby.
“But as we began to better understand the market and our customers, we realized that the problem was huge and we needed to focus more on the realities of life,” he said. “We realized that testing the sperm at home with a scan was more serious than childbirth and we didn’t want to abstain.”
Since last month, Mehrotra said revenue growth is moving at 30% monthly, with the company expecting to reach $ 1 million in revenue by the end of the year.
Mehrotra estimates that India’s market share of health problems, sexual activity and hormonal health is $ 8 billion, based on a finding that 130 million people in India spend about $ 60 million on sexual health and employment.
In the future, Kindly Health will also look at many health groups, and expand its products to include eczema, psoriasis and intestinal health. Its goal is to reach 130 million users, and they want to launch the program within the next few months.