A contraceptive pill for women has been around for decades, but an equivalent for men has proved elusive. A US study, published in the journal Cell, showed a drug could make mice temporarily infertile without hampering their sex drive. Experts said the findings were "exciting", but needed tests in people. It has been argued that the lack of a male contraceptive pill has contributed to the number of unplanned pregnancies.
Good question. I wonder the same about the pill for women.
Agree. Anything that affects the reproductive system scares me.
Defintely. I don't think they go over the health effects enough with you when they prescribe any sort of drug. It seems as if many doctors are just trying to push pharmaseuticals on you because many get kick backs from drug companies. I'm very leary of any mainstream doctor giving me advice on my health for this reason. It's a shame.