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A new male birth control that is supposed to last 13 years has completed a successful clinical trial and could be available in six months.

According to reports from Scientists in India, there is a 97.3% success rate and no reported side-effects. The scientists noted the birth control compound called Styrene Maleic Anhydride will be injected into the groin, which will block sperm from leaving the testicles.

This form of birth control is a replacement to the vasectomy procedure.

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