Wednesday, 12 May, 2010 Health & Fitness
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Ultrasound to be Used as New Male Contraceptive

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A new form of male contraceptive may soon become available to many couples seeking a reliable birth control method.

Researchers at the University of North Carolina are going to test the effectiveness and safety of a new male birth control. The new method uses ultrasound to the male testes that stops the production of sperm for six months.

This male birth control believed to be safe and reversible for men.

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