Seminal Vesiculitis Relapses, Is Surgery the Only Way?

Date:2022-10-31 click:0
Among male infections, seminal vesiculitis is a common one. Many young men suffer from seminal vesiculitis and need to be hospitalized, which causes them great physical and mental distress. Seminal vesiculitis can seriously harm the physical and mental health of the patients, and if the treatment is not timely or complete, it is likely to have serious consequences. People should pay attention to the treatment of seminal vesiculitis. 

So, how does seminal vesiculitis occur? Its leading causes include the following three aspects:
1.Inflammation spread. Inflammation of other organs is one of the common causes of seminal vesiculitis. For example, the prostate or the vas deferens is exceptionally close to the seminal vesicles. When the two organs are infected with inflammation, they can easily cause seminal vesiculitis. 
The pathogens of seminal vesiculitis retrograde through the urethra to the seminal vesicles and often invade both sides of the seminal vesicles at the same time. The seminal vesicles and the prostate gland both open in the posterior urethra. They are adjacent organs and easily infect each other. When the seminal vesicles become inflamed, they are often combined simultaneously. 
Therefore, both diseases must be treated simultaneously to achieve better results. In addition, inflammation of the vas deferens is mostly caused by retrograde infection of bacteria along the ejaculatory duct via the posterior urethra, and bacteria from epididymitis invading the seminal vesicle gland along the vas deferens can also lead to seminal vesiculitis.
2. Urethral infections. The male urethra is affected easily by pathogens, providing a channel for pathogens to spread and travel backward. At the same time, some men wear tight pants and do not pay attention to their private hygiene, or some men have sexuality disorders, which can all lead to the spread of urethral infections into the seminal vesicles.
3. Bad habits. Modern males are under increasing pressure. Many men do not have regular life and diet to relieve the pressure. This creates the conditions for male inflammatory diseases to invade the male body. Besides, smoking, alcohol abuse, or indulgence in sex can directly damage their resistance. These habits will increase bacteria's possibility of invading the human body.
So, does seminal vesiculitis need to be treated surgically? What kind of treatment do doctors usually recommend?
Whether surgery is needed to treat seminal vesiculitis depends on the specific cases. If the disease is not very serious, it can be treated with medication. If it is severe, surgery may be needed.
Acute seminal vesiculitis usually requires broad-spectrum antibiotic treatment for about two weeks before it can be cured. For patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis, some patients can be cured with medication, but it takes a longer time. For patients with persistent chronic seminal vesiculitis, treatment can be done by intravesical injection of antibiotics. 
Patients can also use herbs to regulate their condition slowly. The traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a good choice. The medicine does not produce resistance and can kill various bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma, chlamydia, and other pathogens that may cause male genitourinary diseases. It has been clinically tested effective.
If the results are still not good, or if the seminal vesiculitis is recurrent, vesiculoscopy can be an option. A seminal vesiculoscopy aims to investigate the specific conditions of the seminal vesicle gland. If seminal vesiculitis has caused an abscess, it is recommended that the patient be drained by percutaneous puncture or transurethral resection for better results.
Although seminal vesiculitis is a stubborn disease prone to recurrence, surgery is not the only way to cure it. It depends on the doctor's diagnosis, the specific problem, and the appropriate treatment method. When patients receive standardized medication or surgery, it is essential to change bad habits in life, and diet is also important to avoid exposure to triggering factors. The patients should also take the medication for some time after the seminal vesiculitis is cured and should not stop taking it immediately.
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