Male Contraceptive

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A reversible format of hormonal birth control for men under development, which consists of progestin plus a soupçon of testosterone injected every 3-4 months to stop sperm production
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Common forms of male contraception are either short-term (condoms) or long-term (vasectomy).
class="MsoNormalWell, an exciting global study on male contraception is happening right here in Kenya, and you are invited to enrol.
Our last great advance in male contraception was over 300 years ago with the development of the condom," said senior investigator Stephanie Page, MD, PhD, head of the division of metabolism, endocrinology, and nutrition at the University of Washington, Seattle.
These results are conducive to effective male contraception, Page said.
These low levels were found to be consistent with effective male contraception observed in longer-term studies.
Major foundations such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are stepping up to fill the gap for female contraceptive development but have determined that men in their target areas--ultra-poor regions such as Bihar, India, and sub-Saharan Africa--are not ready for male contraception.
But according to a new study published in Basic and Clinical Andrology journal, a new revolutionary gel could alter the landscape of male contraception for generations to come.
Every time there is a hint of some scientific advance towards an effective pharmaceutical candidate for male contraception, we wait and hold our breath.
sabina and its extracts might be developed as a novel antifertility drug and applied in male contraception.
"Effective and safe male contraception continues to be elusive," said Sarah W.
[USPRwire, Tue Dec 01 2015] GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Male Contraception Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2015" provides an overview of Male Contraception clinical trials scenario.
"My ultimate ambition - my dream - is to develop a reversable male contraception pill and now I have taken another step toward that goal."