Different Symptoms Between Acute and Chronic Seminal Vesiculitis

Date:2021-08-16 click:0
Seminal vesiculitis is divided into the acute phase and chronic phase. At present, the most common one is the chronic phase. Chronic seminal vesiculitis is usually caused by incomplete treatment of severe acute seminal vesiculitis. Some patients are often excited or masturbated, causing congestion of the seminal vesicles, secondary infections, and chronic seminal vesiculitis.
The symptoms of chronic seminal vesiculitis and chronic prostatitis are not easy to distinguish and often coexist. However, the semen of patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis usually contains blood sperm every time the ejaculation occurs, which generally lasts for several months. But in fact, many cases of chronic seminal vesiculitis are caused by not being treated in time in the acute phase or have not been completely cured and transformed. Here is a brief introduction to the symptoms of seminal vesiculitis

Acute seminal vesiculitis
1. On digital rectal examination, the seminal vesicles can be palpable and enlarged, the pain is obvious, and those with abscess formation have fluctuating feelings.
2. Men infected by blood circulation will feel chills, fever, body pain, and abdominal pain symptoms, those with retrograde infection through the urethra, frequent urination, urgency, dysuria, and rectal, perineal pain symptoms.
3. The systemic symptoms of acute seminal vesiculitis include body aches, chills, and fever, chills, fever, nausea, and vomiting. Urinary tract symptoms are mainly urethral burning, frequent urination, urgency, painful urination, and terminal hematuria and urine. There may be prostatitis, pain in the perineum and anus, and aggravated stool pain severely affects sexual function and can cause pain during sexual intercourse. Through routine blood examination, the total number and classification of white blood cells increased.
Chronic seminal vesiculitis
1. Blood: It is the easiest way to judge whether men have chronic seminal vesiculitis. In patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis, the semen looks pink, dark red, or brown, and there are several old blood clots, which are often not easy to stop. It lasts for several months, and most patients have no painful ejaculation.
2. Urinary tract symptoms: Most patients have no apparent signs of urinary tract irritation. Most of the perineum and lower abdomen are uncomfortable, and some patients have a burning sensation in the urethra.
3. Sexual dysfunction: Patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis should avoid sexual intercourse due to blood sperm. Chronic seminal vesiculitis will lead to loss of libido, frequent spermatorrhea, and premature ejaculation for a long time.
4. Digital rectal examination: For obese patients, the seminal vesicles are often not easy to touch. In some patients, the seminal vesicles on both sides are slightly more complicated in texture, weighted and tender, and the adhesions around the seminal vesicles are unclear.
5. Nervous system symptoms: Because of the fear of blood sperm affecting the health of the spouse and the impact of fertility, the patients' mind burden is heavy. Patients often feel dizzy and fatigue, especially older patients.

How to take care to stay away from seminal vesiculitis?
1. Avoid frequent sexual life. 
Reducing the frequency of sexual life can reduce the degree of congestion of the sex organs and reduce the damage to the sex organs. Patients with chronic seminal vesicles can massage the seminal vesicles and prostate, improving the blood transport of the prostate and seminal vesicles and promoting the discharge of inflammatory substances. 
Patients with seminal vesicle glands should combine work and life, avoid smoking and drinking, and eat spicy food. Ensure adequate rest time and maintain bowels open. Maintain a good mood, eliminate the patient's ideological burden, and enhance their confidence in overcoming the disease.
2. Seminal vesiculitis should not be sedentary. 
Office workers should get up every 1 to 2 hours and then move around for a while. Seminal vesiculitis should also pay attention to diet. Eat a light diet, do not drink alcohol (including beer), and eat spicy food. 
3. Exercise more. 
Patients with seminal vesiculitis should also do more physical exercise. Do more exercises at ordinary times can strengthen physical fitness and prevent diseases.
4. Use the medication as soon as possible. 
Patients suffering from seminal vesiculitis need to receive medication, such as herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. The strong anti-inflammatory ability of the pill can make sure that the male urogenital system will be healthier after long-term medication.

You may also be interested in:

How to treat vesiculitis with Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill
How to Judge the Improvement of Seminal Vesiculitis?
Recommend Some Natural Remedies for Sexual Dysfunction Caused by Seminal Vesiculitis