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Male Birth Control is a new form of birth control method which is going to be introduced in India. Not only this, male birth control helps in effectively preventing pregnancy and ensuring satisfactory sexual intercourse. This can be combined with female birth control pills and other methods to achieve required results.
Male birth control or male contraceptive is a remarkable achievement in the field of birth control. The most exciting feature about male contraceptives is that it is being a university startup situated in the heart of rural India. (1) This male birth control method or male contraceptive could help a large number of people who avert themselves from using other male birth control method like using a condom. It is estimated that this new male contraceptive can cut down the annual sale of the condom by $3.2 billion. In countries like India, many women face difficulty in avoiding unwanted pregnancies. (2) Till date, birth control methods like condom or birth control pills are regarded as the most convenient method to avoid unwanted pregnancies and woman are more likely to conceive if their partners do not use a condom at the time of sexual intercourse. In such a case, this new male contraceptive or male birth control method can help a large group of people to avoid an unplanned pregnancy. (3) There is a great need for this new male contraceptive as it can help in better pregnancy planning.
New Kind of Male Birth Control in India
- This male contraceptive is discovered by a university startup in rural India, under the guidance of Dr. Sujoy Guha, a 76-year-old biomedical engineer. (4)
- It is a non-hormonal polymer-based injectable male contraceptive. It has a gel-like consistency similar to that of melted chocolate and it is injected in the scrotum as it carries and store sperms.
- The gel is a combination of styrene maleic anhydride and dimethyl sulfoxide that forms the positive charge. The gel is thus injected in the scrotum.
- Dr. Guha has used the technique where the gel carrying a positive charge, attaches to the wall of the scrotum. There it acts as an obstacle to the negatively charged sperm. The collaboration of positive and negative charge destroys the head and tail of the sperm, leaving it infertile.
- This treatment is also known as Reversible Inhibition of Sperm Under Guidance(RISUG) as the effect of contraceptive injection can be reversed with a second shot. The second shot of contraceptive breaks down the polymer and gently pushes it out of the penis.
- This non-hormonal male contraceptive is expected to have no side effects as it does not contain hormones. The best part is the process can be reversed and does not affect the fertility of the male partner.
Need for New Kind of Birth Control
- This new male contraceptive can help a large group of men and women who plan to avoid pregnancy but do not want to use a condom while having sexualintercourse. (5)
- This new male birth control method may provide long fertility control to males. As per a study, it can control birth for about 13 years after the treatment.
- It will act as a low-cost male contraceptive option as high costs of most commonly used contraceptive methods like condoms and female birth control pills make it an unaffordable option for people from poor sections of the society.
- It is essentially needed in India as it has a high ratio of the female population who get pregnant at an unwanted time due to non-availability of contraceptive pills or treatments. Due to a lack of privacy in clinics, stores, and social awareness, condoms are used by less than 6 percent of the population. A large group of women in India can be benefited by this new male contraceptive or male birth control method.
- Apart from this, only 60% of women use the contraceptive method to avoid pregnancy. Out of which only 8% rely on their male partners to use a condom. This way they fail to avoid pregnancy, as per the report of United Nations 2015. This contraceptive method will help them avoid pregnancy and have a healthy life.
Note- There are several complications in launching this male contraceptive. The major one is the contract with the brand or the company who will sell it. Some clinical trials are in process. As soon as the procedure is done, it will be available everywhere and anyone can be benefited with this male birth control or male contraceptive.
Hope, this article has been able to resolve your queries on new kind of male birth control in India. Follow Ela woman blog to get regular updates on fertility health and treatment.
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- ^ Male Birth Control Options - WebMD Webmd.com, 02 July 2019
- ^ Unintended Pregnancy - Wikipedia En.wikipedia.org, 02 July 2019
- ^ Male Birth Control Options - WebMD Webmd.com, 02 July 2019
- ^ A New Kind of Male Birth Control Is Coming - Bloomberg Bloomberg.com, 02 July 2019
- ^ The Need for New Contraceptives | NCBI Ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, 02 July 2019
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