Disabled CEO menstrual cup innovator and creator of Keela, Jane Hartman Adame and medical device designer, Andy Miller join the show to talk about the revolutionary Keela menstrual cup. Menstrual cups are better for the environment, save cost over time, and can be worn for up to 12 hours. However, they can be difficult to use, especially for those with health challenges. Jane was recently diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), a connective tissue disorder characterized by joint instability. Due to the EDS, handling certain physical tasks are challenging for Jane, including using a cup. She was inspired to improve menstrual cups with the help of her medical device friend, Andy Miller, to create the revolutionary Keela Cup, a cup that’s as easy to remove as a tampon with its patented pullstring stem. If you're curious about menstrual cups or have been using for years, you'll want to learn how Keela can support your needs down there! They'll share a special offer on the show too!