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Thursday, November 10, 2005

Electric Shocks to the testicles act as temporary contraceptive

Men in Serbia are lining up to have electric shocks delivered to their testicles as part of a new contraceptive treatment.

Serbian fertility expert Dr Sava Bojovic, who runs one of the clinics offering the service, said the small electric shock makes men temporarily infertile by stunning their sperm into a state of immobility.

He said: "We attach electrodes to either side of the testicles and send low electricity currents flowing through them.

"This stuns the sperm, effectively putting them to sleep for up to 10 days, which means couples can have sex without fear of getting pregnant.

"The method does not kill the sperm permanently and it does not affect the patient's health."

Dr Bojovic added patients were now lining up at his fertility clinic in Novi Banovci for the shock treatment, as it had none of the problems attached to using condoms, the male pill or having a vasectomy.

He added: "We are hoping to have a small battery powered version on sale in the shops in time for Xmas.

oh yeah. Happy Christmas!
"What are you doing dearest?"
"Don't worry, I'm only checking the contraception is working"
"AAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrggghhhhhhh! WTF!??!"


Blogger Moni said...

I just read your comment...excuse me while I fall on the floor laughing. hahahahah! heheheheheh! I can't breathe!!!!!

Whew, okay I'm fine now. I want to meet these men that are so unselfish that they would undergo electrical shock( I don't care if it is low voltage), rather than have the women worry about contraception.

I don't know what the scientists know, but long term use has got to 1) make you permenantly sterile or 2) cause tissue damage or
3) maybe even effect the cells internally causing cancer.
That's what I would think anyway.

McFox this was a very funny post...thanks so much for giving me a great laugh! I needed it. ;)


1:23 AM  
Blogger McFox said...


11:07 AM  
Blogger bschneider5 said...

I'll stick to more traditional methods!

10:52 PM  

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