How Does Seminal Vesiculitis Affect Sexual Function?

Date:2021-08-18 click:0
Seminal vesiculitis is a disease that occurs in the reproductive parts of men, which is very harmful. After a man has seminal vesiculitis, his health will be significantly affected, and the patient's life and family harmony will also be affected by the disease. 
Since seminal vesiculitis often complicates with chronic prostatitis, and blood semen appears, the semen is pink, red, or with blood clots, and sexual intercourse pain may occur. Symptoms such as loss of libido and sexual dysfunction can occur due to mental fear, tension, and other reasons. Therefore, seminal vesiculitis will affect male sexual function and seriously affect the life of couples and family harmony.
Patients with seminal vesiculitis should go to the hospital for treatment as soon as possible when their disease is confirmed so that the patient's condition can be effectively controlled. At the same time, patients with seminal vesiculitis must do their daily health care and nursing work in their lives.

How does seminal vesiculitis affect sexual function?
1. Change the composition of semen: 
The seminal vesicles and prostate are inflamed, causing bacteria to be mixed in the seminal plasma. Bacteria will swallow the nutrients in seminal plasma, grab oxygen, and cause sperm to die.
2. Increase semen viscosity: 
The seminal plasma of patients with seminal vesicle adenitis has bacteria and many white blood cells and may also be mixed with pus. The viscosity will increase, making the sperm not easy to liquefy, and the vitality will decrease.
3. Affect the quantity of semen:
Seminal vesiculitis will reduce the secretion of seminal plasma, which is not conducive to the survival of sperm; aseptic prostatitis will increase the volume of seminal plasma, reduce the number of sperm per unit volume, and sperm dilution will affect fertility.
4. Pain: 
In acute cases, pain in the lower abdomen can be seen, involving pain in the perineum and both sides of the groin. Patients may have a dull ache in the suprapubic area, accompanied by perineal discomfort in chronic cases. Pain symptoms are significantly worse during ejaculation.
5. Frequent and urgent urination and dysuria: 
Seminal vesiculitis can cause urgent urination and dysuria in acute patients, and dysuria can be seen. Chronic patients have frequent urination and urgent urination, accompanied by urinary discomfort and burning sensation.
6. Hematospermia: 
Hematospermia is discharged during ejaculation, and the semen is pink or red or with blood clots. Hematospermia is more noticeable in acute patients.
7. Other symptoms: 
In seminal vesiculitis, fever and chills may be present, which are systemic symptoms seen in acute seminal vesiculitis. Hematuria is also one of the manifestations of acute seminal vesiculitis. Ejaculation pain, low libido, spermatorrhea, and premature ejaculation are seen in chronic patients.

What are the daily care measures for seminal vesicles?
1. Avoid excessive sexual intercourse to reduce the degree of congestion of the sexual organs. Patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis can regularly perform seminal vesicle prostate massage (1 to 2 times a week). One is to enhance the blood supply of the prostate and seminal vesicles, and the other is to promote the excretion of inflammatory substances.
2. Rest more to keep the stool unobstructed, and give laxative drugs to bed rest to keep the stool unobstructed.
3. Keep a regular life of work and rest, avoid tobacco, alcohol, and spicy food.
4. Choose appropriate medicines, such as herbal medicines Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which can effectively treat chronic seminal vesicles without side effects and harm to the body. The medicine must be used for a period to produce an effect. And the medication cannot be stopped as soon as the pain relief. After insisting on the treatment, the possibility of recurrence will be very low.
5. For local treatment, berberine iontophoresis can be used. For local treatment of berberine iontophoresis, use 1‰ berberine 20ml enema after stool, soak the gauze pad with this medicine and place it on the perineum. Do it 20 minutes each time, once a day, a course of treatment every ten times. Warm water sitz bath (water temperature 42℃) and perineal hot compress improve the local blood supply, and help subsided. Avoid sitting for too long to prevent pelvic congestion.
6. Do an excellent job in ideological work. Do an excellent job in patients' ideological work to eliminate patients' worries, especially those of patients with hemospermia, and enhance their confidence in overcoming the disease.

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