Men need more contraception options
Did you know that more than 85 million unintended pregnancies happen worldwide each year? With only condoms and vasectomy as contraceptive options, men have limited choices to control their reproduction. Demand for a non-hormonal, highly effective contraceptive for men is increasing, with use expected to reduce the incidence of unplanned pregnancy.
The Parsemus Foundation has supported and promoted work on the Clean Sheets pill, ultrasound, Gandarusa, and other contraceptives as well as allocating most of the Foundation’s effort toward the development of Vasalgel.
- For more information on male contraceptives, and to lend your voice to advocacy initiatives, see Male Contraception Initiative.
- See details about our past work on ultrasound and the Clean Sheets Pill.
- For details on a wide array of male (and female) contraceptives, check out the Contraceptive Technology Innovation Exchange, and the searchable contraceptive pipeline database Calliope.