What Do Patients with Seminal Vesiculitis Do When They Have Sex?

Date:2023-03-13 click:0

Now many men's lives are very irregular, and many men's working pressure is relatively high, which is more likely to lead to seminal vesiculitis.


Seminal vesiculitis is a relatively common disease in men. It occurs in the scrotum of men and is harmful. Generally, after men suffer from seminal vesiculitis, their health will be affected. Because vesiculitis can also affect the quality of male sperm, many patients with seminal vesiculitis want to have sex during treatment but don’t know whether it will affect the condition.

What should patients with seminal vesiculitis pay attention to when they have sex?

1.If you suffer from seminal vesiculitis, you should stop your sexual life. It will not only allow the seminal vesicles to get enough rest and restore normal sexual function but also prevent the semen with bacteria from entering the woman's reproductive tract. 

Patients with seminal vesiculitis often experience symptoms such as blood semen, painful ejaculation, and discomfort in the lower abdomen and perineum during sexual intercourse. If the inflammation is severe and forms an abscess, it can cause fever throughout the body, and clinical symptoms such as urinary voids, urgency, and painful urination will appear.

2.It is not advocated to continue to have sex in the presence of blood sperm. For healthy men, a lot of seminal vesicle fluid accumulates in the seminal vesicles before ejaculation, and the pressure inside the seminal vesicles is very high. After ejaculation, the tension in the seminal vesicles drops sharply. 

Seminal vesiculitis makes the seminal vesicle wall edema and congested, and the capillaries on the wall are more fragile and easily ruptured. The seminal vesicle fluid in the overflowing seminal vesicle may have been stained red by blood.

If ejaculation coincides with sexual life, the seminal vesicles will contract strongly. It is equivalent to further squeezing and tearing the capillaries on the seminal vesicle wall, which will aggravate the rupture of capillaries, aggravate bleeding, and the blood semen will become worse. Therefore, patients with seminal vesiculitis should abstain from sex until the blood semen disappears when the inflammation is severe and accompanied by blood semen or ejaculation pain.

3. If seminal vesiculitis is under control, for example, after the disappearance of blood sperm, it is not advisable to continue a long-term asexual life. It is best to do it 1-2 times a month, which will help remove the seminal vesicle fluid timely and avoid excessive accumulation of seminal vesicle fluid and cause high pressure in the seminal vesicle. Once ejaculate suddenly, blood semen may occur. When the condition is stable for more than half a year, the frequency of sexual life can increase a bit.

What should patients with seminal vesiculitis notice?

1. Avoid smoking and drinking. Smoking and drinking will affect the male genitourinary system and aggravate congestion, which is not conducive to the recovery of the disease. Do not eat spicy and greasy food. Greasy food will bring high calories to the body and cause local blood vessel dilation, and it is also very unfavorable for the cure of seminal vesiculitis.

2. Pay attention to sexual hygiene. Regulate sex life, do not masturbate frequently, and pay attention to sexual hygiene to prevent excessive congestion of the prostate and genital infection.

3. Drink plenty of water and do not hold back your urine to keep the urinary tract unobstructed and facilitate the discharge of prostate secretions.

4. Develop good living habits. Pay attention to daily life, develop good living habits, prevent excessive fatigue and colds, and carry out effective physical exercise to enhance physical fitness. Patients with reduced body resistance are more likely to suffer from vesiculitis and not easy to recover.

5. Adhering to warm sitz baths. Patients with cured chronic prostatitis can have a warm sitz bath every night to improve the blood circulation of the prostate and prevent the recurrence of inflammation.

6. Do not sit for long periods. Prolonged sitting will lead to poor blood circulation in the pelvis, compression of the seminal vesicles, and aggravation of prostatitis.

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