A New Form of Male Contraception

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AskMen.com, an online magazine targeted at male health, fitness and sexuality released an article today on what they are calling The Injectable Vasectomy. Basically the product is an injection given to the male to kill sperm before it is ejaculated. The contraception is reversible, so you don't get stuck with the permanence of a vasectomy.

What are your thoughts on a product like this? Is it a waste of time, or are you all- like myself, glad to see an alternative to condoms hit the market for men.
04/20/2011
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BadassFatass BadassFatass
I think it's interesting and it's nice that they're working on things like this.
04/20/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
Ok, my guy and I don't know much about internal birth control for men. Does anything come out when you have a vasectomy or this type of shot? Is it everything but the sperm that comes out? Does the dead sperm come out, too?

I think this is a nice idea, though.
04/20/2011
newlady newlady
I think it would be a great alternative to a vasectomy. It's much safer for a man to have a vasectomy than a woman to have her tubes tied. I have had this discussion many times with my hubby (who is the type that secretly believes he'll talk in a high squeaky voice!). I was on depo for many years (side effects with THAT too)... I think an injectable birth control solution for a man would be a great alternative.
04/21/2011
joja joja
This sounds awesome! My partner and I are actually considering vasectomy, but he's so young most American doctors would refuse us. Perhaps they would be more open to something easily reversible, and it would be extra insurance in case he were ever to change his mind down the road.
04/21/2011
sexygoddess sexygoddess
Dunno about that name. That alone would freak them out. And where would they have to inject it?
04/22/2011
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Quote:
Originally posted by newlady
I think it would be a great alternative to a vasectomy. It's much safer for a man to have a vasectomy than a woman to have her tubes tied. I have had this discussion many times with my hubby (who is the type that secretly believes he'll talk ... More
While a Vasectomy is less dangerous than a woman getting her tubes tied, (surgically speaking- one is an invasive procedure the other is just a simple "snip") it is also much harder or impossible to reverse. For this reason I would personally refuse to get a vasectomy. Though I think that this alternative is cool.

Regarding Vasectomies- Yes liquid still comes out after you get snipped, There just isn't any sperm in it.
04/22/2011
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