Scientists discover an important reproductive mechanism that could not only make non-hormonal birth control possible, but also treat infertility.
Guys, while you're waiting for that miracle contraceptive shot to make its way to the U.S. from India, you might want to try taking your testicles to a really loud ultrasonic concert, since according to a new study, ultrasonic blasts might lower your sperm count enough to make you temporarily infertile.
Hot on the heels of India's injection-based birth control for men that is 100% effective, lasts ten years and also turns every man into the perfect cook, masseuse and pedicurist — all true, folks! — comes the news of a birth control pill being developed here in the U.S. that's fast acting and has no side effects.
When it comes to birth control, it's a lot harder figuring out how to stop a bajillion little sperm than one little egg, but a scientist in India has managed to develop an injection for men that has so far proven to be 100% effective and completely reversible with no side effects. Sign me up.
Here's some good news or bad news depending on how you look at it. The good news is that birth control pills could soon be replaced by a simple gel that works even if you rub it on your shoulders. The bad? The daily moisturizing routine could get a lot more stressful.