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Why We Don’t Have a Male Contraceptive Pill … Yet (blogs.webmd.com)

Why We Don’t Have a Male Contraceptive Pill … Yet

Research has shown that men in committed relationships are very interested in “owning” contraception. But when it comes to options, the roster of effective methods is pretty limited right now: abstinence, condoms, and vasectomy (there’s also rhythm method or withdrawal, but I don’t think you’d want to rely on either of these). Given this lineup, there is certainly room for some kind of pill. Yet after half a century and millions of dollars of research, there’s still no pill for men.

So, what’s the hold up?

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