What is seminal vesiculitis and how to diagnose it?

Date:2018-12-04 click:0


Seminal vesicle is not the organ storing semen, but is the affiliated gland of male genital organ. It is a pair of elliptic organs, which is located at the back of bladder. The upside of it is wide and the bottom of it is narrow. The surface of seminal vesicle is rugged. Because of the structure features of seminal vesiculitis, when it is inflamed, it would be blocked and the bacteria would be retained in it. Then, it would be very difficult to treat it radically. 


So how can seminal vesiculitis be induced? The routes of infection are including retrograde infection through urinary tract and spread of infection of prostate and spermaduct. It can also be infected through blood circulation and lymphatic circulation. 


Because of the particularity of the location of seminal vesicle, at present, majority of scholars think there is an intimate connection between seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis. These two diseases are always happening one after the other. 


Like the other reproductive system inflammation, seminal vesiculitis also can be divided into chronic inflammation and acute inflammation. Many male patients would be annoyed with chronic seminal vesiculitis because it is very hard to cure. So how to check whether you have chronic seminal vesiculitis or not? The main symptoms of chronic seminal vesiculitis are including:


1. The semen is pink, marron or brown. Occasionally, it would be accompanied with blood stasis. The bloody semen always cannot be stopped naturally. It would continue for several months. And there is no pain while ejaculating. 


2. Sexual dysfunction. The patients would avoid sexual intercourse for the fear of hemospermia. If this phenomenon lasts for a long time, patients would develop sexual dysfunction. 


3. Urinary tract symptoms: Most patients with seminal vesiculitis would have no evident urinary tract symptoms. But most of them would have discomforts in the perineum and lower abdomen. In some cases, heat of urinary tract would appear. 


4. Neurological symptoms: because the patients would always be fearful about the influence of the hemospermia, afraid of affecting fertility, the mental burden of them would be very heavy. Thus, they would always feel dizzy and weak. It is more evident in the patients with a long-term illness. 


5. The result of digital rectal examination is that: in some cases, the bilateral seminal vesicles would feel quite hard and be enlarged. And the boundary of them is not clear if there is an adhesion. 


Traditional Chinese medicine: diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill has a very good effect on curing seminal vesiculitis, especially for the chronic seminal vesiculitis. This pill is purely made of medicinal herbs originated from nature. Proved by some patients, it has an effect on clearing away heat and toxins. If your inflammation is lasting for a long time, this pill would be very suitable for you.