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Crocodile Dung used as birth control 1850 B.C.

Crocodile dung and condoms don't have much in common, but at one time they were both used as contraceptives. Because of the demand for controlling reproduction, people from all historical periods have actively contributed to the search for preventing or terminating pregnancies.

Crocodile dung, 1850 B.C.

The use of crocodile dung as a contraceptive dates back to 1850 B.C. from the Egyptian Kahun Medical Papyrus. These texts contain the oldest recorded information about birth control. Crocodile dung mixed with a paste-like substance was a suppository, or solid that was placed and melted in the vagina. The mixture was effective either by acting as physical barrier against sperm or by altering the pH to a level lethal to sperm. Other North African countries used elephant dung as a contraceptive.
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Added: Oct-19-2007 
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