Can Seminal Vesiculitis Cause Vas Deferens Blockage?

Date:2022-11-17 click:0
Seminal vesiculitis is a common disease in young men, mainly caused by retrograde infection with pathogens. A common symptom of seminal vesiculitis is hemospermia, so some patients are concerned that hemospermia may affect male fertility. When bloody semen passes through the vas deferens, can it lead to vas deferens blockage? 

The answer to this question is not absolute. Seminal vesiculitis may cause blockage of the vas deferens in some men, but many other factors can also cause blockage of the vas deferens in men.
First of all, seminal vesiculitis can cause blockage of the vas deferens. The seminal vesicles are located at the back of the bladder base, outside the vas deferens potbelly, and consist of tortuous ducts. The seminal vesicles and the vas deferens form the ejaculatory ducts. The fluid they secrete is part of the seminal fluid. 
When inflammation occurs in the seminal vesicles, various pathogenic bacterial infections can lead to inflammatory reactions in the vas deferens adjacent to the seminal vesicles, causing edema, tissue damage, and scar tissue formation in the vas deferens. As a result, the lumen of the duct is blocked, forming a blockage of the vas deferens.
Besides seminal vesiculitis, what other factors may induce vas deferens blockage?
1. Other inflammatory urinary infections may lead to blockage of the vas deferens. Because seminal vesiculitis is often complicated with prostatitis, patients with prostatitis may also infect with vas deferens blockages. In addition, if a man has acute or chronic epididymitis or vasitis, the pathogenic bacteria can stimulate inflammation and fibrosis of the vas deferens, eventually leading to its blockage. Patients should use anti-inflammatory drugs for effective treatment. If the effect of treatment is not apparent, surgery can be considered for unblocking.
2. Congenital abnormalities of the vas deferens may cause vas deferens blockage. Some patients have congenital development of the vas deferens, such as malformation of the vas deferens, dysplasia, and lack of connection between the vas deferens and epididymis, resulting in blockage of the vas deferens. After surgical treatment, if it still can not be clear, patients can consider other fertility methods, such as test-tube babies.
3. Blockage of vas deferens caused by the tumor. If there is a tumor in the vas deferens or the surrounding organs, the tumor tissue compressing the vas deferens can also lead to blockage.
4. Vas deferens blockage caused by reproductive duct injury. Genital trauma, surgical injury to the vas deferens, etc., can lead to vas deferens damage and cause vas deferens blockage.
5. Paying no attention to hygiene. If patients neglect the hygiene of their external genitalia, it can easily lead to bacterial growth and inflammation, leading to vas deferens blockage.
Although vas deferens blockage is a rare and chronic disease, if left untreated, it can lead to infertility and hurt the patient's self-esteem, making them less confident or depressed. The early stage of vas deferens blockage is often characterized by diminished orgasm and weakness. Patients may experience significant perineal pain, painful ejaculation, and even frequent, urgent urination and burning pain in the urethra. Therefore, patients with related manifestations and suspect vas deferens blockage should go to the hospital for examination and treatment in time.
Therefore, there are various reasons for vas deferens blockage, and seminal vesiculitis is only one of them. Men should pay attention to their health in daily life and should not neglect the possible serious consequences. 
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