They always say that the best way to prevent pregnancy information and responsibility, knowledge of different contraceptive methods available. So far, who perhaps are more informed about us women, because most of the methods to prevent pregnancy are aimed at women.
However, in recent years are investigating methods of contraception for men. The use of condoms and vasectomy operations are added the following male contraceptive methods:
Application of hormones
At a conference on male contraception in Seattle in 2007, researchers at the University of Washington presented a new method to prevent pregnancy. This progestin injection every three months along with the application of testosterone gel per day. They say the method is very effective, but less convinced than half of the men studied.
This is a variant of the vasectomy itself, but done in a way that can be removed. According to research, also developed in the United States, this procedure has no effect on future fertility when used short-term animal studies. It remains to investigate whether reproductive effects in men in the long term.
At Columbia University are investigating a new birth control pill for men. In the analysis of mice was shown to be an effective contraceptive ... Will it be for men too? We wait.
Since 2006, scientists at King's College London are working on some drugs, consumed a couple of hours before having sex, they generate a "dry orgasm", ie without semen, and therefore, no sperm. This prevents the possibility to get pregnant. They say that this effect is rapidly reversible, since it disappears after about 12 to 24 hours.
We'll see what more we give medicine in the future to prevent unintended pregnancies, both women and men.
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