Soon, it may be time for men to step up and take the responsibility that comes with birth control.
According to the New York Daily News, doctors in India are developing the world’s first contraceptive for men. Reports say doctors have already reported success after trial runs.
The drug showed a 97.3% success rate according to the Indian Council for Medical Research.
Doctors say the contraceptive is effective for 13 years and would be injected in a man’s groin area under anesthesia.
The New York Daily News says it would replace surgical vasectomies.
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