One Step Closer to ‘IUD For Men’: Doctors Inject First Humans with Male Contraceptive Gel

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Author: Katie Adams

Medical device company Contraline became the first to implant a hydrogel-based male contraceptive gel into humans in a clinical trial. Implanted during a noninvasive 10-minute office procedure, the gel promises to block the flow of sperm to the vas deferens. If proven safe and effective, it could become the first nonhormonal, reversible contraceptive for men on the market.

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