Prostatitis and seminal vesiculitis can be performed together in men

Date:2018-12-02 click:0

From the feedback of the clinical cases, infection of prostate and seminal vesicles may present in a clinical picture varying from different patients. The symptoms and diagnosis of prostatitis and seminal vesiculitis present little difficulty, and they can be performed together in men.

In many case, the two diseases we mentioned before usually not dangerous to life, chronic prostatic infections may cause suffering and inconvenience out of all proportion to the actual extent of the disease. We may take prostatitis for example first of all.
Prostatitis is often described as an infection of the prostate and it can affect men of all ages. According to the National institutes of health, prostatitis may account for up to 25% of all office visits for complaints involving the genital and urinary systems from young and middle-aged men. In the other type of prostatitis, chronic prostatitis may follow an attack of acute prostatitis or any other infection of the urinary tract.
Normally, a sudden bacterial infection marked by inflammation of the prostate, and this is the least common form of prostatitis while the symptoms are usually severe. Generally speaking, patients with this condition have an acute urinary tract infection with increased urinary frequency and urgency. For a certain patients, other symptoms may include pain that comes goes low in the abdomen, around the anus, in the groin, or in the back.
In some cases, bacteria can get into the deferens, causing groin pain or an infection of the epididymis or seminal vesicle.
Needless to say, the patients who have seminal vesiculitis may experience the same symptoms such as pelvic pain, pain during ejaculation, and pain with sexual intercourse with patients who have prostatitis. What’s more, some tests such as transrectal ultrasound, biopsy and voiding studies may find the truth that prostatitis and seminal vesiculitis can be performed together in men. So it seems to be difficult for patients to cure the disease completely.
However, not only prostatitis, but also seminal vesiculitis is not the cancer, therefore, there are still treatments which are available to prostatitis or seminal vesiculitis.
The initial treatment usually consists of one or more antibiotic medications taken by mouth, and if treatment is not effective, you may need to be hospitalized to receive medication intravenously or just to treat herbal medicine such as diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill as alternative medicine.
Anyway, please see a doctor if you are aware of the common signs and symptoms. If necessary, you may as well contact Dr. Lee (An experienced Chinese doctor who is good at treating female and male reproductive and urinary system disease) for help.