Oh, my aching back: Give me a shot of ozone
..., dressing or standing (with 61 percent or higher representing back pain that has an impact on all aspects of daily living. The improvement scores for vas
and ODI outcomes are well above both the minimum clinically important difference and the minimum (statistically significant) detectable change, indica...
First at-home test for vasectomized men proves to be safe, accurate
... vasectomies are not 100 percent successful, and men who have had them can experience recanalization, or the spontaneous healing or restoration of the vas
deferens, which restores their fertility.
"SpermCheck Vasectomy is similar in size and function to a women's home pregnancy test," Herr says. "It'...
Contraception: progress brings hope for new methods for men
...n they stopped the drug.
Makers of the Intra vas
Device are expected to announce effectiveness data...vasectomy methods in a study of 90 men. The Intra vas
Device blocks sperm in the vas
deferens, the tube sperm swim through that is cut ...
Male contraception breakthroughs to be presented, Seattle Sept. 27-28
... compound that can be taken orally (Columbia University, Retinoic acid alpha receptor inhibitor)
3-month and 6-month results in men for the Intra vas
Device, a vasectomy alternative (Shepherd Medical Company)
Gamendazole: how it works in animals, and finding the right dose (University of Kansas...
No-scalpel vasectomies by skilled surgeons may speed recovery
...ard incision method may not be interested in learning a new technique."
Vasectomy, a surgical form of birth control in which a duct known as the vas
is cut or tied, has traditionally been performed by making an incision in the skin of the scrotum. Cutting or tying the vas, which carries sperm from ...
Male contraception: One door opens, another closes
... to do the big clinical trials, and our funders just don't have the money."
But change may be in the air. Lissner cites the recently opened Intra vas
Device trial as proof. The long-term male contraceptive is being developed by a startup company, supported by a small U.S. National Institutes of Heal...
New male contraceptive clears hurdle
...ith current contraceptives."
In the RISUG study, doctors inject a gel into the tube that sperm travel through after they are produced (known as the vas
deferens). The gel then disables the sperm as they swim by. In study animals, male fertility returns if the RISUG is flushed out with another injectio...