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Male Birth Control Could Be Here By 2018: Researchers Develop Reversible, Condomless Contraception Option For ... - Medical Daily;

Male Birth Control Could Be Here By 2018: Researchers Develop Reversible, Condomless Contraception Option For ... - Medical Daily

Medical DailyMale Birth Control Could Be Here By 2018: Researchers Develop Reversible, Condomless Contraception Option For ...Medical DailyThe phrase birth control has pretty much become synonymous with the oral contraceptives women take daily. In reality, however, there are several other options to keep unwanted pregnancies from occurring, though almost all of them put the entire burden ...and more »

There's a new male contraceptive- and it may spell the end of condoms - Catch News;

There's a new male contraceptive- and it may spell the end of condoms - Catch News

Catch NewsThere's a new male contraceptive- and it may spell the end of condomsCatch NewsIt's been a fabulous evening with your significant other. You're done wasting time over that fancy dessert which is, and thank god for once, really tiny in portion. And now it's time for what WWE enthusiasts may refer to as the royal fumble. That ...and more »

Vasalgel: Single-shot, non-hormonal and reversible male birth control could be available by 2018 - PerfScience;

Vasalgel: Single-shot, non-hormonal and reversible male birth control could be available by 2018 - PerfScience

PerfScienceVasalgel: Single-shot, non-hormonal and reversible male birth control could be available by 2018PerfScienceReversible male contraception will soon be available as a research team at Parsemus Foundation has reported success with a novel contraception technique for men. A condomless, single-shot and non-hormonal male birth control has shown promising ...and more »

Condomless Male Birth Control Could Be Available By 2018: Here's What You Need To Know - Tech Times;

Condomless Male Birth Control Could Be Available By 2018: Here's What You Need To Know - Tech Times

Tech TimesCondomless Male Birth Control Could Be Available By 2018: Here's What You Need To KnowTech TimesThe new vasalgel works by blocking the passage of sperm cells through the vas deferens. ( Parsemus Foundation ). Advertisement. Advertisement. A breakthrough in male contraception is on its way, and it's reversible. This condomless, single-shot and ...and more »

Condom-free sex for a year with a single shot! - Himalayan Times;

Condom-free sex for a year with a single shot! - Himalayan Times

Himalayan TimesCondom-free sex for a year with a single shot!Himalayan TimesNEW YORK: The long wait for a durable and yet reversible male contraceptive may finally come to an end soon as researchers have found that a single injection of a new contraceptive called Vasalgel can provide males condom-free sex for a year.and more »

Male birth control methods expected for 2018 - Pulse Headlines;

Male birth control methods expected for 2018 - Pulse Headlines

Pulse HeadlinesMale birth control methods expected for 2018Pulse HeadlinesMale birth control methods could come sooner than expected as a preclinical trial has shown the contraceptive called Vasalgel to be effective while also being reversible. The reversible birth control injection focused on treating men is still under ...and more »

Male Birth Control Injected Into Penis Coming Soon - Weekly Observer;

Male Birth Control Injected Into Penis Coming Soon - Weekly Observer

Weekly ObserverMale Birth Control Injected Into Penis Coming SoonWeekly ObserverA reversible male birth control method is coming our way and it has nothing to do with condoms. Yep! The responsibility no longer falls on women alone. time to share boys. A Nonprofit called Parsemus Foundation has just created “the first long-acting, ...and more »

Male birth control jab on the way - Times LIVE;

Male birth control jab on the way - Times LIVE

Times LIVEMale birth control jab on the wayTimes LIVEHuman trials are scheduled for this year, with developers claiming Vasalgel could be available as early as 2018. File photo. Image by: ©Tatiana Shepeleva/shutterstock.com. Trials of Vasalgel, a non-hormonal male contraceptive, have indicated one ...and more »

Why A Male Birth Control Option Is Great For Moms - Romper;

Why A Male Birth Control Option Is Great For Moms - Romper

RomperWhy A Male Birth Control Option Is Great For MomsRomperI cannot believe I am writing this — I cannot believe it took until 2016 to write this — but men may soon have another birth control option. A semi-permanent, non-hormonal, and non-latex based option. Enter Vasalgel: a polymer injection, being ...and more »

No condom – new male birth control injection works like a vasectomy without the cutting - World Tech Today;

No condom – new male birth control injection works like a vasectomy without the cutting - World Tech Today

World Tech TodayNo condom – new male birth control injection works like a vasectomy without the cuttingWorld Tech TodayThe new non-hormonal gel, Vasalgel, is injected into the vas deferens in order to block the travel of sperm. A male birth control injection will launch human trials later this year, after a promising new study on its effectiveness showed that the new ...and more »

Good News, Boys! You Can Soon Have Birth Control Injected into Your Dick - Broadly;

Good News, Boys! You Can Soon Have Birth Control Injected into Your Dick - Broadly

BroadlyGood News, Boys! You Can Soon Have Birth Control Injected into Your DickBroadlyVasalgel, "the first long-acting, non-hormonal, potentially reversible male contraceptive," is successful in clinical trials with rabbits, according to a new report. A representative from the company says that clinical trials with humans will begin in ...and more »

Vasalgel, Non-Hormonal Male Birth Control, Is Coming In 2018 & Here's What You Need To Know - Bustle;

Vasalgel, Non-Hormonal Male Birth Control, Is Coming In 2018 & Here's What You Need To Know - Bustle

BustleVasalgel, Non-Hormonal Male Birth Control, Is Coming In 2018 & Here's What You Need To KnowBustleHoly sh*t. The future is here and that future is reversible male birth control that is not a condom. This may be the best birth control method I've ever heard of, or at least the most exciting. I mean, I'm all about taking responsibility for your own ...and more »

Vasalgel: New Birth Control Technique Passed Initial Tests - Health Aim;

Vasalgel: New Birth Control Technique Passed Initial Tests - Health Aim

Health AimVasalgel: New Birth Control Technique Passed Initial TestsHealth AimA new technique can render men to not use condoms anymore just for birth control. The initial trials of Vasalgel gave astounding results so that men can have sex without troubles of getting someone pregnant even without any condoms. Science Alert gives ...and more »

Couples May Soon Enjoy Condom-free Sex Without Risk of Pregnancy - Nature World News;

Couples May Soon Enjoy Condom-free Sex Without Risk of Pregnancy - Nature World News

Nature World NewsCouples May Soon Enjoy Condom-free Sex Without Risk of PregnancyNature World NewsCaught unprepared, men sometimes suppress their carnal urges minutes before intercourse just because they forgot to pack--but soon that won't be a problem anymore. Vasalgel, a long-acting and non-hormonal contraceptive, is now coming to change the ...and more »

Go forth, but don't multiply: Reversible male contraceptive blocks sperm for a year - RT;

Go forth, but don't multiply: Reversible male contraceptive blocks sperm for a year - RT

RTGo forth, but don't multiply: Reversible male contraceptive blocks sperm for a yearRTScientists are due to start human clinical trials on a new contraceptive that stops sperm with a single injection to the testes. Vasalgel might just be the holy grail of male birth control – it's reversible, non-hormonal and blocks sperm for 12 months ...and more »

Male birth control is now a thing, with an injection proven to work - Metro;

Male birth control is now a thing, with an injection proven to work - Metro

MetroMale birth control is now a thing, with an injection proven to workMetroMen worried about having babies could soon have another option than condoms, a vasectomy or crossing their fingers. Scientists are working on a contraceptive injection that works by stopping men from releasing sperm, although they can still ejaculate.and more »

Simple birth control injection for men available 'within two years'. Could it spell the end for vasectomies? - Telegraph.co.uk;

Simple birth control injection for men available 'within two years'. Could it spell the end for vasectomies? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukSimple birth control injection for men available 'within two years'. Could it spell the end for vasectomies?Telegraph.co.ukTrials of Vasalgel, a non-hormonal male contraceptive, have indicated that one injection can deliver safe and effective contraception to males for at least 12 months. In the latest research, 12 male rabbits were given a single injection of Vasalgel in ...and more »

Condom-Free Male Contraceptive Prevents Pregnancy In Animal Study - Tech Times;

Condom-Free Male Contraceptive Prevents Pregnancy In Animal Study - Tech Times

Tech TimesCondom-Free Male Contraceptive Prevents Pregnancy In Animal StudyTech TimesA promising condom-less male contraceptive has been found to be safe and effective in a recent animal trial. Researchers said it will be tested in human trials later this year. ( Christopher Premanandan | Ohio State University ). Advertisement ...and more »

First male contraceptive injection 'IS effective at blocking sperm, lasts for up to 12 months and is reversible' - Daily Mail;

First male contraceptive injection 'IS effective at blocking sperm, lasts for up to 12 months and is reversible' - Daily Mail

Daily MailFirst male contraceptive injection 'IS effective at blocking sperm, lasts for up to 12 months and is reversible'Daily MailAnd so, the burden of taking contraceptive pills – or having devices implanted – has rested on the shoulders of women for decades. But now, scientists have revealed a male contraceptive injection could soon be available. The shot, called Vasalgel, ...and more »

Male Birth Control Is Coming Soon — But There Might Be a Catch - Mic;

Male Birth Control Is Coming Soon — But There Might Be a Catch - Mic

MicMale Birth Control Is Coming Soon — But There Might Be a CatchMicApproximately 67% of women use some form of non-permanent birth control for a reason: The pill, patch, ring, hormonal implants or several other options are all pretty excellent at preventing pregnancy. It makes sense, then, that nearly half of men in ...and more »