Hopes rise for male contraceptive pill breakthrough | Science – The Guardian

Medical research Trial of once-daily capsule appeared to reduce sperm count with few side-effects A condom factory in Sarstedt, Germany. Researchers say it could be a decade before a male contraceptive pill is on the market. Photograph: Christian Jungeblodt/The Guardian Hopes for a male contraceptive pill have increased after a trial showed a once-daily capsule appeared to work with no significant side-effects. The drug aims to suppress levels of hormones that drive the production of sperm and testosterone in the testes. In the month-long study, doctors found that levels of the hormones required for sperm production fell in men who ...

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