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If there was a male b/c pill on the market would you trust your man to take it??
I think it would be kinda weird for a male to take b/c. It's been such a "woman's" thing for a long time. I would trust my DH to take it but I would wonder if it would really work for a while, as far as effectiveness.
I trust DF with my life, but not with taking medication. He ALWAYS forgets to take his medication (he is on several right now.) We would have like..10 kids right now if he was to be trusted with birth control.
For those of you who don't know, there is a male birth control pill, but it is still under clinical trial. I'll look for a good article about it later today (I know I read a great one about a month ago) that explains how it works, and what the side effects are.
I think the main concern, which is why the FDA hasn't approved it yet, is because they don't know if it will cause infertitlity in the long run.
Kayttie, in love with Shane, mom to Emma Brynn and Jacqueline Noel
Yeah, I would trust my dh to take it because he doesn't want any more kids, lol. But if a man wants kids and they have an "oops baby" I think the woman would really wonder if it was really an oops or not. It doesn't quite seem fair that if he forgets to take a pill, the woman gets preggo and not him, kwim?