This New Tech Gives Men the Option to Turn Sperm On and Off


Does the world finally have the perfect form of male contraception?

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As reported by The Daily Mail, German inventor Clemens Bimek created a spermatic duct valve that is believed to have the potential to bring about change to the world. His invention is a form of male contraceptive that is effective like vasectomy but isn’t permanent. He calls it Bimek SLV.

Technically, the valve works by preventing the sperms from reaching the penis. Since it is implanted in the organ, it can alter the direction of the sperm, making him temporarily infertile.

In the event that the man decides to have kids, he just needs to locate the device in his balls and turn on the switch so that sperm will be ejaculated.

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