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There comes a moment in a man's life when he decides that he no longer wants to be able to reproduce, which means he wants to remove his ability to ejaculate sperm. But why would any male want that? For one, getting rid of your sperm cells means that even if you achieve orgasm while your penis is inside a vagina, she won't get pregnant because there are no more sperms. Thus, you will feel the sensation coming from the climax, but you won't have to worry about mistakenly impregnating your partner. And that is important, because having a baby should be planned, so accidents in the bedroom should be prevented.
However, what if you decide that you want to have children again? So, here comes a new, supposedly efficient form of male contraception that does not have to remove your sperm at all. What is it exactly? Check the story below.
The Bimek SLV was made by Clemens Bimek, a German inventor who hopes to help men shoot "blanks" since they are no longer interested in having children and they just want to maintain a healthy sexual relationship.
The Bimek Spermatic Duct Valve is quite small, and its goal is to prevent sperm from flowing through a male's vas deferens.
Clemens Bimek has actually used various prototypes of the male contraceptive device since June 2009.
After six years of continuous refining, Clemens Bimek was able to see that his SLV could now be marketed. In fact, the current version of the contraceptive device has not affected his sperm count at all.
The Bimek SLV is controlled by moving the skin of your scrotum. Moreover, an important thing to remember is that the switch is turned off for three months so that the switch won't just get accidentally turned on during sexual activities.
Basically, the sperm flow is impeded once you flip the mechanical switch. As long as it is switched off, your orgasms would not have sperm in them.
Now that the switch is turned off, you don't have to worry about releasing sperm during a sexual release.
The Bimek SLV is composed of quality polymer called PEEK-OPTIMA which has been a familiar material for implants.
According to Clemens Bimek, the device should stay with you for as long as you live if there are no complications whatsoever. Likewise, the surgery would only last for half an hour and would require you to rest for some time. Before anything proceeds, however, there will be more trials conducted. So, if you're interested, contact them.