Trusted by Healthcare Professionals

Sundaze Heated Shorts come highly recommended by healthcare professionals for effective, non-pharmacological menstrual pain relief.

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Dr. Diamond Goodwin, MD

“Sundaze totally works to increase mobility for those who use a heat pack for pelvic discomfort. The shorts are incredibly soothing, comfortable, and fit with ease under sweats. The power bank isn’t noticeable or heavy, and the heat is perceived within a minute of turning the shorts on. I would absolutely recommend this product to my patients.” 

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Dr. Goodwin is an OBGYN at Cedars-Sinai.

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Dr. Sandy Lê, ND

“Sundaze is a great product for those who have cramps - either to use on their own, or in addition to pain relievers. It’s hot enough to actually make a difference in period pain management, and overall an essential tool to have if heat helps with your symptoms. As a naturopathic doctor that specializes in feminine health, I consistently recommend this product to my patients.” 

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Dr. Sandy Le is a Licensed Naturopathic Doctor with over 10 years of experience, and her goal is to find the root cause of health issues. Her expertise lies in women's health and functional endocrinology, with a focus on hormones, gut and thyroid health. She graduated from UCLA and the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM), and completed a residency in family medicine. 

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Dr. Chitra Mohan, MD

“Sundaze is an incredibly helpful product. We see a lot of patients come in with painful uterine cramping, and we often encourage a hot bath or a heat pad. Unlike those solutions that lead to interruptions during the day or confinement to a certain space, Sundaze allows patients to remain completely mobile during heat therapy and is discreet enough to wear an outfit over. I also really liked that there was heating in the back, since many people with menstrual cramps feel cramps not only in their lower abdomen, but also in their back” 

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Dr. Chitra Mohan is currently an OBGYN resident at University of California, Davis.