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Men also have the option of a vasectomy, which involves cutting the vas deferens to prevent semen from making it from the testicles to the prostate.
The idea, discovered by biomedical engineer Sujoy Guha of the Indian Institute of Technology, involves injecting a polymer gel into the vas deferens to block sperm, rather than cutting or tying the vas (a vasectomy).
Other forms of male birth control in the works include a topical gel, a gel injected into the vas deferens that mimics the effects of a vasectomy, and an injectable hormone combination.
Vasalgel is a polymer that is injected into the vas deferens, which transports sperm to the ejaculatory ducts.
The injection requires only one incision to reach the vas deferens, and can be done easily as an outpatient procedure.
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