How does Seminal Vesiculitis occur?

Date:2018-12-07 click:0

Seminal vesiculitis is an inflammation of the seminal veicles, most often secondary to prostatitis, although it may occur independently. 

The causes of vesiculitis appears to vary greatly as bacteria, viral, and unidentified causes have been blamed. Because of the expence of the antibiotics and labor to administer treatment, long term treatment with antimicrobials is not warranted useless of first collects a sample of seminal vesicle fluid and determines that a bacterial infection is in fact present.
Seminal vesiculitis may occur by these means:
1 Bacteria enter the seminal vesicles through the urethra.
2 Inflammation in testis or epididymis spread locally and cause seminal vesiculitis.
3 When prostate, rectum or bladder is infected, pathogens can directly spread to seminal vesicles.
4 Any infection lesion, such as tonsillitis and gingivitis can also cause the disease because bacteria travels through the blood vessles.
Besides, any factor which can cause congestion of prostate or seminal vesicles can induce acute seminal vesiculitis, such as bibulosity, catching a cold, having too much intercourses, damage of perineum area and long-term pressure. 
In the concept of tcm, causes of seminal vesiculitis can be divided into:
- Obstruction of blood in perineum area
- Weakness in kidneys and spleen because of having too much sexual intercourses
- Obstruction of heat and dampness in lower abdomen
- Too much heat in body