Most of the contraceptives that has been produced over time are mostly developed for woman. Although this drugs are said to be 100% effective they have some side effects which include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, dizziness amongst others. Women have been on the receiving end of birth control medication for years, due to this researchers from the Monash University in Australia are developing a male contraceptive.
The researchers in the university have said the drug will be 100% effective and will be ready in 5 to 6 years. This kind of drugs have side effects so would it be advisable for men to take such drugs as there will surely be speculation that the drugs might deteriorate swimmers effectiveness over the years.
The drugs are said to block the proteins that are primarily responsible for the release of swimmers during intercourse as well as increasing libido just like Viagra drugs. So what are your thoughts, as a man will you take this pill.
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