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Dose Of Ultrasound Stops Sperm Production

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In our generation, scientists and researchers can probably invent anything you can think of. Today, contraceptives are limited to condoms, vaginal rings, the Pill, and the patch. But according to scientists, they are developing something that men could try apart from using the rubber.

When someone mentions ultrasound, the first thing that comes to mind is pregnant women. But it has been found through some research done in the University of North Carolina that the sound waves from the ultrasound can stop sperm cell production.

Though this is a fairly new study, they have already seen the effect on rats. This concept was actually thought of back in the 1970s, and it is only now that researchers are pursuing this concept after the university won a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

As I said, the tests were effective on rats. But this still needs to be studied even further to see how much this will affect humans, and the duration of its effects as a contraception, and more importantly, its side effects. Furthermore, researches are still unsure whether this treatment can be used several times, before they can actually be done legally on human beings. Though researchers believe that this may be the future of contraception.

To get into more detail with the study, scientists found that 15 minute doses of the ultrasound, when done twice, can significantly decrease the number of a man’s sperm count. The ideal way to do this is to get one dose first, and another dose in two days, this must also be done through salt water.

After the tests were done, sperm counts dropped to under 15 million sperm per millimeter of semen, and that is quite a significant loss. They also noted that this has made human subjects sub-fertile. So today, what is vital for researchers and scientists is for them to make sure that giving doses of ultrasound will only cause contraception and not sterilization.

Having said that, Allan Pacey, a professor in the andrology department of the University of Sheffield added that more studies need to be done before they can end with a valid conclusion. Also, he warned that the ultrasound treatment may actually affect future growth of sperm cells in the long run after treatment has been done. What he meant was that future cells may become abnormal or maybe even mutated, and this can still affect a man’s fertility.

It is amazing how scientists are coming up with more options for people to choose from when it comes to contraception. Now, men can be the one to zap their sperm cells instead of women taking the Pill. However, too much of this may still have a negative impact on men, especially if you want to have children in the future, as it can completely halt the production of sperm and cause permanent infertility - and that is a much difficult problem to fix.

If this research has been validated by hospitals and if the treatment is safe for humans to do, would you go for it? Or would you rather stick with the conventional ways of contraception?

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