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Blast your nuts with ultrasound. The next big male contraceptive?

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posted on May, 19 2010 @ 10:51 PM
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A pill I would consider taking, but "blasting nuts
with ultrasound" ? --Yikes.....




posted on May, 19 2010 @ 10:57 PM
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I think its somewhere engraved in the nature of man to keep his junk away from anything that cuts, burns, blows up, crushes, pinches, blasts sound waves, and or chops. A pill maybe, a shot... perhaps, blasting my sack outta the question. Whats next microwaving brain cells to convince your involuntary actions your balls have indeed created enough sperm and they can call it a day.... mind control for sperm.



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 10:58 PM
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reply to post by FortAnthem
 


I don't know ... but ... this sounds like a really bad idea.




posted on May, 19 2010 @ 10:58 PM
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reply to post by Brotherman
 


Hey, I am all for pills for guys. From a woman who has taken them for years, I'd love to hear a guy say, "don't worry about it, I'm on the pill."



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:01 PM
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nothing makes me more skeptical then when you bring that special lady home at last call and the first thing that comes outta there mouth is: "Its ok baby dont worry im on the pill" eventually girls will catch on... there is no pill and thats one reason as to why there are so many "accident" children



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:04 PM
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Yeah well, then you need to protect youself while you are with that last call woman.

Good lord, if men took a precaution too, the world would be a better place.

Get to the good stuff with no worries, if that is the goal.

It should never be in no way, left up to caution in the wind.



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:15 PM
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There is no way that men will even consider this. I for one can't even get my husband to have a vasectomy even though he's the one who doesn't want any more kids. Not to mention all the potential risks this could cause down the line.



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:19 PM
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Like I said earlier it is in mans nature to protect his junk from anything the idea of wrapping there junk like left over christmas ham is looked at as savage to some, the idea of blasting them with ultrasonic waves ha forget it I actually think there is a word for that action sadistic and the dude that volunteers for this utterly insane



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:24 PM
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The guy who volunteers will probably only do it because his wife made him. I also can't see any guy wanting to do this though if you give people enough money they might do practically anything.



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:25 PM
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One word...



Orgasmatron

— Doc Velocity



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:30 PM
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reply to post by Serenedaisy
 


haha agreed,


no one wants to end up like this, poor volunteers should have listened alittle more closely to those nasty little side effects



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:32 PM
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Originally posted by dragonsmusic
"According to the European Committee of Medical Ultrasound Safety (ECMUS) "Ultrasonic examinations should only be performed by competent personnel who are trained and updated in safety matters. Ultrasound produces heating, pressure changes and mechanical disturbances in tissue. Diagnostic levels of ultrasound can produce temperature rises that are hazardous to sensitive organs..."


Dude, you so missed the point - the pills women are taking have serious side effects as well. Somehow it's acceptable to you that SHE takes one for the team.
Very nice.



posted on May, 19 2010 @ 11:38 PM
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Dude You owe me for dry cleaning! I just spilt my tea on my pants. My nut will not be going anywhere near that ultrasound device!



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:06 AM
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Ideas for commercials:

1) The next big male contraceptive? Does it work for small males too?

2) Ultrasound on the family jewels? Bet they're clean afterwards.



Anyhow, I don't like the idea. BUT if the guy wants sex and would rather pay for this instead of condoms, to each their own. I just hope the women are smart enough to realize the guy is only out to prevent pregnancy, not the spread of disease.

[edit on 5/20/2010 by abecedarian]



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:12 AM
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I've known a few women would would make you think your nuts had been blasted with ultrasound — or run through a wringer. LOL



— Doc Velocity



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:23 AM
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Blast your nuts with ultrasound. The next big male contraceptive?

This has got to be the best thread title of the year! ATS should come out with some type of thread/post awards.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:25 AM
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My poor kid. She is 13 and she has been dealing with my opinions about VD and unwanted pregnancy her entire life. And yet, despite this, she is as enthused as every other 13 year old about the topic, go figure. I was in the AIDS generation and frankly my behavior was vastly improved (to near nun-level) by my lifelong fear of getting something disgusting and contagious. Most my friends growing up were guys and I knew well they'd sleep with anything that stayed still for it at parties and those chicks would sleep with all of them at that and any other opportunity. It was like several hundred guys essentially sleeping with each other in effect, plenty of them really skanky, and this was even 'nice guys' taking a chance to get laid by a semi-pretty girl, it didn't matter.

We watch hulu.com for a lot of TV shows, and I swear it's a mystery but it's like the VD contingent has bought out the advertising for several shows, good grief.

I know men whose lives were ruined over sex at a party, and 17 guys tested including their brother to find the 'accidental' father. The mother admitted it was deliberate and of course entrained the child to fear/hate him by the time the kid could walk, so no college for you dude, work at the gas station to barely live and pay money to that bitch to raise your kid to hate you. Ohhhh and you thought she was on the pill! Just because you and every other guy at the party was in that train! Seriously men ought to be funding science to work 24/7 on male contraception for their own damn good.

I might add that the previous poster(s) were right about the pill. It really does some harm especially long term and in a lot of probably insidious ways that aren't easily tracked. This is not something that should be dumped on women although pregnancy is primarily their "problem" so becomes de-facto their responsibility no matter how much that's shared on paper or in theory. If you look at the statistics -- and I say this as a single mom alas -- what you see very starkly is that single motherhood is one of the primary destructive elements in our society, because everything bad for how the kids turn out is statistically way higher with that condition in place. That doesn't mean they all do obviously, but the stats are serious enough to warrant concern. It is genuinely too bad there is no way to utterly prevent pregnancy until two parties agree to it, but ah well, that is dreaming.

I didn't have a kid till I was 30, and it was still not really intentional (I was married however). I still feel like I was not really mature enough to raise a child LOL. But I've worked my ass off and suffered a variety of stuff to make it work, and try to keep her close to her (uninterested !#@$!) father, and so on. I get really irked about stuff like the local woman I met, mom of her schoolmate.... 4 kids, 4 fathers, never worked a day in her life, kids grow up on welfare and wait it gets better, welfare docs prescribe all the kids ritalin and so forth from the time they are 2 years old so their activity does not bother the mother. I'm not making it up. Look up the stats on the medication of *toddlers* it will terrify you for our future. There is no incentive beyond good mother love and human decency for doing the right thing in our society and every incentive for women to get pregnant primarily so someone else will take care of them.

Men: on with the birth control dammit. What is taking you so long? ;-)

RC



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:31 AM
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The testicles are accelerated cell-replication organs, producing untold trillions of spermatozoa in their lifetimes, hundreds of millions every day in a healthy set of balls.


I bet there are a bunch a men who will walk just a little bit taller today after reading your post.


As for 'zapping' their cluster?
Well, I agree with another poster - I dunno why men go so uptight about their privates, but, on the other hand I can see why they might not want to nuke their nubbins until they know more about the ins and outs of the whole thing.

Think of the poor rats that went through testing.

OUCH...

peace


[edit on 20-5-2010 by silo13]



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:32 AM
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Originally posted by FortAnthem


I knew a guy a few years ago who got a vasectomy. The docs assured him it was a painless operation and told him he could go into work the night of the operation.

He was in pain for the whole shift. He called out sick for the next three days. Something tells me it wasn't as painless as the docs said.



It will be a cold day in hell before I let some doc mess around with my junk.


Oh, the poor baby. How tragic that he felt a little bit of pain. But of course it is perfectly acceptable for women to be in pain after getting their tubes tied. Yes I had it done and the process is much more difficult for women than men.
I gave birth to 3 kids, when men can do that, then they can complain about pain and protecting their man parts.
I probably should stay away from this thread before I get the urge to show them what pain in balls really feels like. *Looks for the smilie with the bloody knife* Hmmm. guess ATS doesn't have that one.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:50 AM
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Originally posted by calstorm
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pun not intended]

Oh, the poor baby. How tragic that he felt a little bit of pain. But of course it is perfectly acceptable for women to be in pain after getting their tubes tied. Yes I had it done and the process is much more difficult for women than men.
I gave birth to 3 kids, when men can do that, then they can complain about pain and protecting their man parts.

I probably should stay away from this thread before I get the urge to show them what pain in balls really feels like. *Looks for the smilie with the bloody knife* Hmmm. guess ATS doesn't have that one.


After giving birth to my son, her third kid, the ex had her tubes tied, by choice. Oddly, it didn't take any longer for her to recover from that than the birth of her second child. I'm not saying there wasn't any pain from that, but as it was done immediately after child birth the pain was little different to her than birthing the second child.

And I'd be impressed if you, as a female, had the slightest notion of what "pain in balls" REALLY feels like. You may try to be as empathetic / sympathetic as you like but unless you have a pair, you don't... and can't relate. I guess the closest you could come to it is imagine your ovaries hanging between your legs and... nevermind. It's a moot point to argue physiological differences and perception of pain.

But I do appreciate your symbolic, albeit graphic description of your intent.
I have no desire to have nor need for an episiotomy.

And this makes me wonder if "phantom limb" could occur from castration...?

[edit on 5/20/2010 by abecedarian]



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