Scientists are in a race to develop a male birth control pill that can become the new contraceptive alternative to condoms for men, according to The New York Times.
The new method being looked at is reversible and allows men to handle the birth control rather than the women. And it works very similarly to the women's pill. It would lower the man's sperm count to a level not conducive to conception.
According to The New York Times, the pill is made of up testosterone and progestin. They are hormones that stop the production of sperm.
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