Seminal Vesiculitis Can Cause Hemospermia

Date:2021-09-29 click:0
Vesiculitis is caused by Escherichia coli, Klebsiella aerogenes, Proteus mirabilis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. When the organs adjacent to the seminal vesicles, such as the prostate gland, posterior urethra, colon, etc., have infections or any situation that causes congestion in the prostate gland or seminal vesicles, the bacteria will take advantage of the opportunity to cause trouble. The cysts are invaded, and vesiculitis is induced. It is a relatively common disease in young adults.

The systemic symptoms of acute vesiculitis are pain around the body, chills, fever, even chills, high fever, nausea, vomiting, etc. The most common cause of chronic vesiculitis is the evolution of acute vesiculitis or incomplete treatment. 

The main hazards of vesiculitis
1. Hemospermia: The semen has a pink, dark red, or coffee-colored appearance and can persist for several years, often without ejaculatory pain. It is more common in 22-24 years old, and about 40% of visits are for hematosperm as the first symptom. In cases of cysts combined with seminal vesicle stones, small stones are often discharged during the discharge of bloody semen.
2. Hematuria: It can be the whole hematuria, or the initial or final hematuria, especially the initial hematuria after semen discharge is common.
3. Difficulty in urination: It is due to the cyst's compression of the bladder neck and posterior urethra. The degree of difficulty in urination is related to the size and location of the cyst. Domestic reports indicate that seminal cysts cause 9.1% of urinary problems, and patients with cysts with a volume of 400 have bladder irritation symptoms such as urinary frequency and urgency.
4. Male infertility: in addition to congenital abnormalities in the development of the seminal vesicles, ejaculatory duct stenosis or obstruction leads to oligospermia and weak spermatozoa. Long-term chronic vesiculitis causes atrophy of the seminal vesicles, and their function is severely reduced, so fertility will also be reduced. Some patients also have a combination of chronic epididymitis, which affects sperm output. Domestic statistics show that 6.8% of patients with seminal cysts are infertile.
Effective prevention of vesiculitis
Sperm vesiculitis and prostatitis are brutal brothers and sisters. Both are very difficult to deal with, so sperm vesiculitis needs to be carefully prevented in the early stage. No alcohol, crotch dress loss, and breathable this is very effective in avoiding vesiculitis.
The most crucial principle to prevent vesiculitis is strengthening exercise, enhancing resistance, and avoiding upper respiratory tract infections such as colds. Patients with prostatitis should undergo standardized treatment to prevent the spread of the disease to the seminal vesicles. In particular, timely treatment of dental caries, prevention of diarrhea, and infection of other parts of the body should not be taken lightly.
Patients with vesiculitis should pay more attention to the details of life. People who have tooth decay or other inflammatory infections should not drink more alcohol. Otherwise, vesiculitis will come on quickly. Alcohol can expand the blood vessels and cause congestion of the affected tissues, worsening the condition. The patient's diet should be light, not drink alcohol, not spicy, stimulating food, and not cause prostate congestion.
In addition, men should also pay attention to personal hygiene and try not to masturbate. Do not have too much sexual intercourse once or twice a week. Men should wear a condom when men have sex. It is not advisable to ride horses, bicycles and sit for a long time. Office workers are best to stand up every hour or so for a few minutes. Do not wear tight jeans to ensure that the crotch dress is loose, breathable.
There are acute vesiculitis and chronic vesiculitis. Experts suggest that patients go to a professional hospital for thorough treatment. There are many ways to treat vesiculitis, the first of which is to choose the proper antibiotics. After the acute vesiculitis has been treated until the symptoms have completely disappeared, the medication is used continuously for one to two weeks. 
If it is chronic vesiculitis, men can use the herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. The use of a period can effectively and significantly reduce the pain of the disease. Men can also continue to use it after the symptoms have disappeared until it is completely cured.
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