What do you think about this?
This looks really awesome, actually. Little amount of side effects, and less risk of affecting your inner organs like the pill does for women. I like it, it provides even more security against undesired pregnancy 👏
It's kind of early in the study however it seems ok enough. Some precautions need to be done (no touching 4 hrs after application to not transfer to others) and it takes about 12 weeks for it to reach the wanted effects. Plus that the long term side effects are not known.
However it is an easy enough thing to apply, and gives another chance of birth control. I think that's neat.
Having children is a joint responsibility but I don't think it's a necessity to have male birth control for equality to exist in our society.
If nothing else, the focus should be that the only thing the guys have is a 15% risk as an alternative (condom) unless we're talking vasectomies. This gives another option and that is a great thing!
Hell no, that's disrupting the body's natural functions. why would you purposely want to lower your sperm count? That's ridiculous and I feel like that will have some negative reproductive effects.
Why is it so hard for people to either just wait or use protection instead putting this stuff into their body's that's basically causing havoc to stop them from producing an egg or sperm? I'm 26, not on birth control, and still haven't gotten pregnant.
Not getting pregnant isn't as hard as people make it out to be while getting pregnant is struggle for a lot couples.
I think it's great (in theory). I often meet more guys afraid of having kids than women so they should take birth control. They should be responsible for their bodies as well. I don't wanna hear whining about the side effects because you could ask just a handful of women and several will say they have had complications. Spotting for months, weight gain, infertility, irritability, and so much more.
It takes two to make a child, so if it's important for a couple to prevent pregnancy they should take every step they can.
If we have to do, I don't see any problem with men at least trying it.
I think that's a great option to have
Uhhh no.. Don't mess with.
hope it doesn't harm in the long term
I got a vasectomy, but if I hadn't I'd probably go for male birth control of whatever kind.
That sounds horrible
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