Patent: Male contraceptive implant
The present invention relates to implantable male contraceptive devices. An ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer based implant is described for delivery of an androgen and a system including an ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer based implant as well as a second implantare described for the administration of both androgen and a sterilitant. These implants may be used to provide contraception for men, as well as, for hormone therapy, treatment of enlarged prostate and other aliments.
Moo-Young, Alfred J. and Saleh I. Saleh. Male contraceptive implant. US Patent 5,733,565, filed 1996, and issued 1998.
United States Patent 5,733,565