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Male Birth Control Pill Shows Promise In Early Trials

Male birth control pills could soon become a reality. Early clinical trials show that a new pill called DMAU, which combines the hormones androgen and pregestin, could bring sperm count low enough to prevent a man from getting his partner … Continue reading

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Successful Male Contraceptive Gel Trial Bodes Well For New Form of Birth Control 

A success trial in male contraceptive gel has yielded promising results for a new form of birth control. The product, Vasalgel, is a completely reversible, less invasive form of vasectomy, and the latest study in primates has proven 100% effective … Continue reading

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Studies Reveal The Link Between Sex Drive and Birth Control 

Two studies published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine finally put to bed the myth that birth control can kill a woman’s sex drive. While it’s true that some women do experience a lower sex drive on the Pill, researchers concluded that … Continue reading

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Men Pull Out Of Male Birth Control Trial After Experiencing Side Effects 

For a while there, it seemed male birth control was right on the horizon. But a new hormonal birth control trial for men was cut short recently after participants reported side effects. Even though the male contraceptive was found to … Continue reading

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Introducing the New and Improved Modern Diaphragm

The Caya is the new, modern diaphragm that’s reinvigorating an old form of contraception for women. Its look—lilac, with a sleek design like most high-end sex toys—is part of the appeal for younger women looking for a good birth control … Continue reading

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Male Birth Control, Without Condoms, Here by 2017

Vasalgel, the first ever reversible, non-hormonal birth control for men is coming (pun intended!) your way by 2017. So far, it’s been successful in animal studies (no baboons knocked up yet!), and human trials of the drug are expected to … Continue reading

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