Do Men Also Have Menstruation? Why is There Blood in Ejaculation?

Date:2022-06-22 click:0
Some men panic when they discover blood in their semen during sex. Why does this happen? Do men also have menstruation? Is it a severe disease? Let's take a closer look!

What is Hemospermia?
Strictly speaking, hemospermia is only a clinical manifestation, not a disease. It means bloody semen and a large number of blood clots are visible to the naked eye. It can also be blood filaments mixed in semen or a small number of red blood cells found under the microscope.
The main symptom of hemospermia is blood in the semen during ejaculation, sometimes accompanied by pain, loss of libido, premature ejaculation, perineal pain and discomfort, hematuria after ejaculation, and bladder irritation symptoms.
Hemospermia is divided into two categories: functional hemospermia and organic hemospermia.
The characteristics of functional hematospermia are: when there is no ejaculation for a long time, hematospermia is likely to appear without other symptoms once you have ejaculation again.
Organic hematospermia is caused by specific diseases.
What are the Causes of Blood Semen?
Sperm are produced by the seminiferous tubules of the testis, and then the mature sperm are sent out of the body through the epididymis, vas deferens, ejaculatory ducts and urethra. Any of the pathological changes of the organs mentioned above can lead to sperm movement and ejaculation disorders and cause hematospermia.
Functional hemospermia may be caused by the rupture of some small blood vessels in the body as you have excessive sexual intercourse and improper sexual intercourse posture.
Organic hemospermia is usually caused by some diseases, usually including diseases of the urinary system, such as urinary system infection, seminal vesiculitis, prostatitis, cystitis, epididymitis. These diseases can be treated by taking Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, an herbal medicine. Its pure plant formula can effectively kill the pathogens that cause seminal vesicle infections, and long-term use of this medicine will not produce drug resistance. 
When hemospermia appears repeatedly and can last for several months or even several years, there may be stones in the seminal vesicles that need to be removed. Otherwise, it is difficult to clear the seminal vesicle inflammation completely. Finally, the least common situation is the tumor of the seminal vesicle. When the seminal vesicle has a tumor, there will be no apparent direct manifestation, but hemospermia can appear. You need to go to the hospital for an ultrasound examination to confirm the diagnosis further and take treatment according to your own conditions.
Prevention in Everyday Life
If you have hemospermia, you should seek medical attention in time and take medicine according to the doctor's advice. If you do not have hematospermia, you must also have good living habits in daily life to prevent the occurrence of hematospermia.
1. Avoid sitting for a long time, staying up late, cycling for a long time, smoking and drinking, and avoiding holding urine for a long time.
2. Have a healthy diet. Especially those with seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis should not eat spicy and stimulating food and eat less fatty, sweet and greasy food such as shrimp and crab.
3. Pay attention to personal hygiene by cleaning the genital area frequently; if there is phimosis, surgery is recommended.
4. Have Regular sex life and avoid unclean sexual contact with multiple sexual partners.
Now, you are believed to have a clearer understanding of the phenomenon of ejaculation with blood. In fact, hemospermia is not terrible. When you have hemospermia symptoms, calm down and go to the hospital for a comprehensive examination in time. Only in this way can you know exactly the causes of hemospermia and carry out effective treatment. In daily life, you should also pay attention to maintaining good living habits and a healthy diet, which will help prevent the occurrence of hematospermia!
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