New Contraceptive Lasts For Three Months And Protects Against HIV And Pregnancy

This new form of birth control is basically a ring you insert into your vagina. It releases out Tenofovir, an antiretroviral that kills HIV and Herpes, and Levonorgestrel, a contraceptive commonly found in certain birth control pills.

Impressive as it is, it still needs to be tested in humans but it's been proven to work with rabbits and you will still need to wear condoms to prevent STI's like chlymidia and gonnorhea.

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