Seminal Vesiculitis - The Invisible Killer Of Male Infertility

Date:2020-08-21 click:0

Seminal vesiculitis is a common male urogenital infection disease, causing a significant influence on male friends. It can affect their daily life and work, and even lead to male infertility.
Why does seminal vesiculitis bring about male infertility?
1. Change the semen composition
Seminal plasma contains a certain number of nutrients to support sperm movement. If the seminal vesicles and prostate gland become inflamed, some bacteria may get into the seminal plasma, and lactic acid may increase the toxin of bacteria. They can devour nutrients and oxygen, making sperm weak or even lost.
2. Reduce the pH value of semen
The pH value of seminal plasma is usually 7.2 to 8.9, in which sperm can grow normally. In situations with seminal vesiculitis, acids will increase and kill sperm.
3. Increase the semen viscosity
There are bacteria, white blood cells and pyogenic fluids in seminal plasma when having seminal vesiculitis. The viscosity will increase suddenly, which is adverse to the sperm liquefaction and can decrease the sperm motility.
4. Cause abnormal semen volume
When having seminal vesiculitis, the secretion of seminal plasma will decrease, which goes against the survival of sperm. Too few sperms may cause male infertility.
To reduce the damage of seminal vesiculitis, patients should understand the clinical manifestations of the disease, and see a doctor as soon as possible. Inspection and treatment are necessary. 
The symptoms of seminal vesiculitis in men are as follows:
1. Blood sperm
It is manifested as bleeding sperm during ejaculation, with pink or red semen or blood clots. It is more obvious in acute patients.
2. Urgent and frequent urination
Acute patients have obvious symptoms of urinary frequency and urgency and have difficulty in urinating. Chronic patients can also have urination discomfort and burning sensation.
3. Pain
Patients may have lower abdominal pain, which will involve the perineum and both sides of the groin. They sometimes have implicit pain in the pubic bone area. It can be aggravated by ejaculation.
4. Other symptoms
There may be fever and chills, which are systemic symptoms of acute seminal vesiculitis. Other symptoms include hematuria, ejaculation pain, low sexual desire, premature ejaculation, and so on.
How to treat seminal vesiculitis?
Patients should be treated with appropriate antibiotics until the symptoms disappear entirely, and then they need to continue to take medicine for 1 to 2 weeks. Besides, herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has a strong bactericidal ability. It doesn’t generate drug resistance and can be taken together with western medicine.
In daily life, patients should combine exertion and rest, avoid alcohol, tobacco and spicy food. They can rest in bed and take laxative drugs to keep the bowels open. They also need to do more exercise and strengthen their physique, to improve body immunity.
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