Indian Doctors set to launch First male birth control that lasts for up to 13 years


The Indian Council of Medical Research have completed a clinical trial for a new male birth control that will involve syringe shots directly into the penis.

According to The Hindustan Times, this new medical product could prevent men from getting women pregnant and could last for 13 years- and all it needed was permission from the Indian government before it enters the market.

The procedure called the reversible inhibition of sperm under guidance or RISUG is a painful and invasive one which involves a polymer being delivered via injection into the semen-producing glad, vas deferens, which is located on the penis near the testicles. It is an alternative to surgical vasectomy.


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