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Male Birth Control Vasalgel, Boasts 100% Success Rate, Reversible & Good For 10 Years

•, Simon McCormack
 A new birth control procedure shows promising signs of becoming another viable option for people who don’t want children now, but may want them some day. 

Techcitement points out that the procedure, which is in advanced clinical trials in India, has been found to be 100 percent effective.

One downside — depending on how you feel about shots — is that it requires the man receive an injection into the vas deferens with a polymer gel called Vasalgel, after a local anesthetic has been given. The substance works by breaking apart sperm.
The whole procedure takes about 15 minutes and lasts ten years or more and is more easily reversible than a vasectomy.
As the Male Contraception Information Project notes, if a man decides he’d like to have his sperm up and running again, he can get another shot and, within two to three months, the baby-making can commence.

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