Daily Mail

The male jab? No way, baby


A contrAcept­ive injection to be used by men is said to be only a year away. A drug called risug damages the tails of individual sperm cells thus preventing them from fertilisin­g an egg. the effect lasts ten years, can be reversed with baking soda and the jab has no hormones, so no mood changes as we’ve had with the pill. Why couldn’t such a discomfort-free contracept­ion have been developed for women? And, honestly, would you trust a man who says he’s had the jab? remember who always ends up holding the baby!

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