Scientists create new contraceptive from seaweed

[Global] Sex is a normal part of a healthy relationship, but it can of course lead to unwanted pregnancy. I suppose this is why some people opt for masturbation whilst watching videos on or other sites, to save the worry of getting pregnant.

Luckily there are different forms of contraception, e.g. the Pill, condoms and cervical cap, which is a small, thimble-shaped cup made of silicone that fits over the cervix (the part of the uterus that opens into the upper part of the vagina).

But now researchers are exploring a new a new form of contraception: seaweed. Scientists are developing sperm-binding beads that could be used as a form of contraception.

According to The Scientist, the sticky balls are made from a sugary substance extracted from seaweed.


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