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Men rub the birth-control gel on their shoulders once a day, then wear a shirt during sex or shower beforehand because women shouldn't touch the goo.
A new form of male birth control is being tested around the world — and men only have to rub it on their shoulders once a day
Scientists are moving forward with a year-long trial of male birth control gel. Men rub a nickel-sized amount of the alcohol-based gel on themselves. The drug works by suppressing a man's sperm levels, and usually takes about eight to 12 weeks to become fully effective.
Testosterone microdoses may escape regulators’ radar because they only stay in the system for the duration of an event.
The findings may help explain your lack of advancement.
Testosterone and cortisol are the culprits.