Contraceptives For Men

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As we, all know the majority of men notice I said majority not all men leave the birth control up to the woman. However, in this article we are going to look at contraceptives for men that are common are used most often then we are going to look at some contraceptives for men that many people do not even know exist or are in the finial clinical stages of development and will be available once the FDA approves them.

Contraceptives For Men - The Common Ones

The most common male contraceptive is the condom. The first known condom is believed to have originated in Egypt in 3000 BC. The condom we are familial with today hit the market in the early 1920’s during World War I. The government noticed a drop in the pregnancy rate and approved the condom as an effective form of birth control. The other common male contraceptive is a vasectomy however, this is also considered a permanent or sterile form of birth control it is reversal-able with a better than average success rates for pregnancy.

Contraceptives For Men - Less Common One

Suspensories this uncommon and barely known male contraceptive is a pair of brief underwear that warm the testes and decrease the amount and viability of the sperm. Researchers give this contraceptive a 100% effective rate as long as the briefs are worn all day long.

Contraceptives For Men - Limited

There is no question that contraceptives for men are severally limited. There are a few dozen clinical trials being performed on all sorts of male contraceptives how many of them will actually ever make it to the market is yet to be determined.

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