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Added: March 30, 2018
This is unbelievable but very good step forward.
A male contraceptive pill has been developed which is effective, safe and does not harm sex drive, scientists have announced this March of 2018.
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This has been described as a “major step forward”, the drug was successfully tested on 83 men for a month for the first time. Mmmh.
But So far efforts to create a once-daily pill to mimic the mainstream female contraceptive have stalled because men metabolise and clear out the hormones it delivers too quickly.
This means temporary male contraception has relied on condoms alone, with the main hopes for future contraceptive developments resting on a long-acting injection or topical gel, both of which are also under development.
But However, the new drug, called dimethandrolone undecanoate, or DMAU, includes a long-chain fatty acid which slows down the clearance, allowing just one dose to be taken each day.
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Just like the pill for women, the experimental pill combines activity of an androgen – a male hormone such as testosterone – and a progestin. I hope you are getting it.
Just recently investigators at the University of Washington Medical Centre tested three doses of DMAU – 100, 200 and 400mg – on 100 healthy men between 18 to 50 years old, 83 of whom completed the study.. Good gesture.
These men were subject to blood sampling for hormone and cholesterol testing on the first and last days of the study…
And at the highest dose of DMAU tested, 400 mg, subjects showed “marked suppression” of levels of their testosterone and two hormones required for sperm production..
These results showed that the pill worked only if taken with food. “Despite having low levels of circulating testosterone, very few subjects reported symptoms consistent with testosterone deficiency or excess,” said Professor Stephanie Page, senior investigator on this study..
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He said “These promising results are unprecedented in the development of a prototype male pill,” All groups taking DMAU experienced some weight gain, as well decreases in HDL (“good”) Cholesterol..
But all subjects passed their safety tests, including markers of liver and kidney function. “DMAU is a major step forward in the development of a once-daily ‘male pill’,” said Professor Page.
He later said “Many men say they would prefer a daily pill as a reversible contraceptive, rather than long-acting injections or topical gels, which are also in development” and soon will be out.
These contraceptive pills for females have been available for almost 70 years, although the only achieved widespread use in Britain, including availability on the NHS, in 1961..
Though, other than the condom, which were first invented in 1855, there have never been a temporary male contraceptive..