New "dick-click" device for men is about to change contraception forever 3 years ago

New "dick-click" device for men is about to change contraception forever

A carpenter has invented a new male contraceptive that switch their sperm flow on and off using surgically-inserted valves.

The contraceptive is known as the Bimek SLV.

One valve is mounted on each spermatic duct and disrupts the flow of sperm cells when closed. The user is then sterile, can wear the Bimek SLV for a lifetime and regulate it himself with just a flip of a switch. Taking any hormones or medication is unnecessary, for both men and women.

Clemens Bimek, the contraptions inventor says:

"Many of the doctors I consulted didn't take me seriously,

"But there were some who encouraged me to go on tinkering and helped me with their expertise."

Bimek, thus far, is the only recipient of the implant in the world. At least, he’s putting his money where his manhood is.

Hartwig Bauer, the urologist who carried out the operation said the implant was preferable to a vasectomy.

"A third of patients want to have the operation reversed later, but it doesn't always work," he said.