My ex-girlfriend hated using birth control while we were together, mainly because of all the side effects she experienced. Prior to weaving off those toxic chemicals, she used to facetious tell me, “they should make birth control for men so you can feel my pain. Yes, she was an asshole and visionary, but I loved her. That vision is actually coming to fruition.
A biomedical engineer, Sujoy Guha from India has created a product called reversible inhibition of sperm under guidance, or RISUG. It is reversible with a second treatment. So how does it work:
Guha’s technique for impairing male fertility relies on a polymer gel that’s injected into the sperm-carrying tubes in the scrotum. The gel, which has the consistency of melted chocolate, carries a positive charge that acts as a buffer on negatively charged sperm, damaging their heads and tails, and rendering them infertile.
The procedure is 98 percent effective at preventing pregnancy—about the same as condoms if they are used every time—and has no major side effects, according to R. S. Sharma, head of reproductive biology and maternal health at the Indian Council of Medical Research. About 540 men have received it in India, where it continues to prevent pregnancies in their partners 13 years after treatment, he said.
A submission to regulators this year will seek approval for RISUG as a permanent method of birth control. That will be appended with clinical data supporting reversibility, Sharma said. India has more married women with an unmet need for family planning than any other country, and social stigma and a lack of privacy in stores has kept condom use to less than 6 percent.
One testament the article articulates is whether Big Pharma would invest in the RISUG, even though male contraception is an area pharmaceutical companies has shown little interest. This seems a bit ironic because it seems to be the opposite of the population control agenda. When you investigate the modern birth control movement it is lucid that the agenda advocated population control.
Yes, one cannot avoid convenience of RIGUS in comparison to the investment Trojans. However, let’s take a few things into consideration, this product has yet to be released to the commercial market and it does not seem as if testing has been conducted. I refuse to trust any medication, medical treatment, or device that has not been out in the market for at least 10-years. A decade of testing should adequate time to analyze any side-effect and additional complications.
Side-Effects and Complications with Birth Control
If my memory is correct, the main reasons my Ex decided to stop using birth control is because of blood clots. Her gynecologist prescribed her a new birth control pill manufactured by famous Bayer (decedent of IG Farben), Yaz or Yazmin. In a 2013 report released by the Canadian Broadcasting Company that Bayer was forced to settle a $1 billion lawsuit to thousands of victims and their families in the United States.
The settlements were all related to the contraception pill Yasmin. Simultaneously an investigation by the CBC revealed that pharmacists suspected the deaths of 23 Canadian women were attributable to the pill.
There has been a multitude of studies over the past 20 years that have linked birth control pills that contain both estrogen and progestin. I strong recommend to divulging into the research.
There is Birth Control Contraception, It’s Called a Fucking Condom
Believe me, as a millennials I have a soft spot for the progression and advancement in technology. However, I am far from the credulous type to believe that every technological advancement has the best interest of the populous. I am conscious that there is globalist agenda to control the population. Why else engineer a birth control contraceptive.
Condoms may still be an archaic birth control contraceptive for men, though very effective. If it is not broken why fix it. RISUG is a completely unknown treatment that still needs to be tested for side-effect and additional complications i.e. prostate cancer and testicular cancer. Remember the treatment will not stop the spread of STDs just a potential pregnancy.
Trojans have never failed me of the many times I’ve used a condom.