Lower Abdominal Pain? Beware of Seminal Vesiculitis

Date:2022-07-29 click:0
Seminal vesiculitis is one of the common infectious diseases of the male reproductive system, which generally occurs in young and middle-aged people between the ages of 20 and 40.

Why does vesiculitis cause lower abdominal pain?
Seminal vesiculitis may cause lower abdominal pain. Because the seminal vesicles will swell after suffering from seminal vesicles, the enlarged seminal vesicles easily compress the peritoneal nerve and the inguinal nerve, which will cause apparent symptoms of lower abdominal pain.
In addition, seminal vesiculitis can induce orchitis and epididymitis. When suffering from orchitis and epididymitis, it is easy to compress the testicular nerve, which is easy to release to the lower abdomen, causing lower abdominal pain. Seminal vesiculitis causes lower abdominal pain and requires active treatment. Otherwise, it will affect normal urination and normal ejaculation.
If suffering from seminal vesiculitis, what other symptoms will the patient have?
1. Hematospermia. Hematospermia is the pink or red blood-stained semen excreted during ejaculation. One of the most common manifestations of seminal vesiculitis is hematospermia. If the patient does not have hematospermia, it does not mean that he does not have seminal vesiculitis. Patients with apparent physical pain or discomfort symptoms need to go to the hospital for examination and treatment in time.
2. Frequent urination, urgency, and dysuria. Patients with acute seminal vesiculitis usually present with symptoms of urgency and dysuria, and sometimes dysuria may also occur. Patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis have urinary frequency and urgency, accompanied by discomfort during urination and a burning sensation.
3. Other symptoms. Patients with acute seminal vesiculitis may present with symptoms of fever and chills. Patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis show low libido, nocturnal emission, and premature ejaculation.
There are many other causes of lower abdominal pain, and the diagnosis of seminal vesiculitis cannot be made based on lower abdominal pain alone, and other tests are needed. Therefore, making an accurate judgment based on the symptoms is impossible. It needs to pass a series of detailed examinations to confirm whether it is seminal vesiculitis.

So what tests do patients generally need to do?
1. Semen examination. Normal semen is gray or milky white, and those who have not ejaculated for a long time may be pale yellow. There is yellow pus to consider seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis. An increase in the number of white blood cells in the semen, where the number of red blood cells also shows an increase, also proves that the number of sperm is decreased and the motility is reduced.
2. Semen culture and drug sensitivity test. Further examination is required when it is found that the patient's semen is abnormal through the above semen examination. The next step is to perform semen culture and drug susceptibility tests to determine which bacteria is causing it and finally prescribe the right medicine.
3. B-ultrasound examination. Generally, one more thing that needs to be done is the familiar B-ultrasound. Through the B-ultrasound, doctors can observe whether the patient's seminal vesicle volume has increased, the cyst wall has thickened, how much it has thickened, and the roughness of the edge.
4. Digital rectal examination. Digital rectal examination can detect whether the seminal vesicles are enlarged on one or both sides. If the boundary of the seminal vesicles is found to be ambiguous, it means that the seminal vesicles of the patient adhere to the surrounding tissues.
The above are some examination details that doctors need to do to determine whether the patient has seminal vesiculitis. In addition to these examinations, some patients may also do general blood routine examinations. Generally, patients with acute seminal vesiculitis are in the acute attack stage. Patients with seminal vesiculitis require routine blood tests.
Through these series of examinations, the doctor will choose the appropriate treatment plan to treat the patient according to the examination results, and sensitive antibiotics can be taken for acute seminal vesiculitis. For chronic seminal vesiculitis, men can take traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to make them recover quickly.
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