Injectable birth control for men holds promise; risks remain

By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) – Injecting men with two different hormones every eight weeks suppressed their sperm production enough to act as birth control, according to a new study. An independent safety board found that side effects, which included depression and other mood disorders, outweighed the potential benefits of the injections. Every eight weeks, the men received injections of long-acting testosterone and progestin.
Sexual Health News Headlines – Yahoo! News