World’s First Male Contraceptive Products Could be Available Soon According to Scientists

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After years of reliance upon female birth-control, scientists have revealed that the world’s first male contraceptive could be available very soon.

Here’s what we know…

But, despite all the talk, it has never seemed like it could be an actual possibility.

As scientists have revealed that a range of male contraceptives could be available soon…

With some people praising the new development…

While others were not so impressed by it…


Even a reversible vasectomy could be a possibility in the future.

The gel, whose brand name is Nestorone, is a synthetic progestin-type female sex hormone, which is used in the female contraceptive pill here in the US.

Over the following twenty-four hours, it then goes into the bloodstream and works by switching off sperm production in the testes.

Speaking with the Daily Mail he explained: “All is going well with the trial, though it will be a good three years before it is completed.”

LadBible reports, she explained: “People like the idea of the daily pill because it’s easy, but only between one and three percent of the drugs are absorbed when taking a pill. By contrast, the gel is absorbed by about 10 percent, while the percentage for the injection is almost 100 percent.”

“Trial evidence shows the gel is safe, well-tolerated, and suppresses sperm output to very low levels in more than 90 percent of volunteers.”

Professor of medicine at Washington University, Stephanie Page, is working on the preliminary stages of clinical trials and said: “Our phase one study is showing promising results. One hundred men have received injections of various amounts of DMAU. Thus far, the injections are exceedingly well-tolerated.”

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