For as long as we have known, it has been the girl who took the contraceptives.
Doctors have been working to change that and it seems they have found a breakthrough.
It’s called Vasagal. A contraceptive Injection
According to the Doctors, it is a “non-hormonal and long-acting” and has been shown to block sperm for up to 12 months
Dr Elaine Lissner, executive director of the Parsemus Foundation confirms that the shot consists of styrene-alt-maleic acid (SMA) that is dissolved in dimethyl sulfoxide. Therefore, Vasalgel could be the first long-acting, non-hormonal, potentially reversible male contraceptive to reach market.