Neither condom nor birth control pills will rid unwanted womb, these contraceptive patches: research
Currently, women take birth control pills to avoid unwanted pregnancy. Condoms for men are an easy way to control birth. Birth control pills are an easy way for women to avoid unwanted pregnancies, but most people are well aware of their side effects. With this, their timely intake is also very important. If you do not consume them on time, you can also become pregnant. Not only this, if contraceptive pills are not consumed at the right time, they can also face many problems. But now, by ridding women and men of unwanted pregnancy, scientists have found a new way, through which you can easily get rid of or get rid of this problem.
Yes, scientists have recently discovered a contraceptive patch that acts like birth control pills to rid unwanted pregnancies. This patch sticks well on your skin. After that, this patch continues to release a type of contraceptive drug in the blood of women for the next 30 days. There are some needles in this small patch, which starts to remove the drug as soon as it sticks on our skin.
Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology used this patch on mice. Scientists have found this patch safe. However, later this patch was also tested on women, which was found to be completely safe as well and had positive results. This patch was used on 10 women involved in the research and they did not face any problem by applying this patch.
Chemical and biomolecular engineering professor Mark Prusnitz of the Georgia Institute of Technology says that this contraceptive patch will provide relief to women who have become increasingly bored with consuming contraceptive drugs. Apart from this, most of the women are not able to take the pills on time, due to which the effect of the pills also reduces. This is the reason why most women pathologists have approved this patch.
Researchers say that this patch will be especially beneficial for women in poor or low-income countries, where women do not have easy access to contraception.