Why isn’t there a male contraceptive pill? Researchers at the University of Virginia are making progress in developing an effective male “contraceptive pill” that has eluded scientists for years. Charles Fishburne of 88.9 WCVE has more in this Science Matters report.
Charles Fishburne: The Pill for women has been around for 50 years. A male equivalent is much more difficult to produce.
Dr. Herr: And really the main reason is that most women ovulate only 1 egg each month.