What a time to be alive.
For so long, most of the responsibility of contraception has always been on women, but this is about to change. There is the on/off switch which many of us don’t trust enough, but this, this is a sure bet.
Researchers in the University of Minnesota are trying out a new method completely different from what they’ve been doing before. Instead of what people have been trying for decades, which are the hormonal methods, they are now trying non-hormonal methods.
We know you don’t want to hear all that science, you just want to hear a release date. Well, it might be much sooner than was earlier thought.
The researchers are already partnering with pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb. The leader of the team, Dr. Gunda Georg said “everything indicates that we’re on the right track with this new approach”.
A woman again, to the rescue.
Now, when she says she missed her period, you can confidently give her the Falz reply,