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Hematospermia May Occur If You Have Not Had Sex for a Long Time

Date:2022-08-10 click:0
Hemospermia is a relatively common male reproductive system disease, which may occur in the elderly, middle-aged, and young, and is intermittent. Hematospermia refers to the red semen discharged by men. Normal semen is composed of seminal plasma and sperm, etc. It comes from the secretions of seminal vesicle glands, bulbourethral glands, prostate, testis, epididymis, ampulla of vas deferens, and other related tissues.

The composition of semen determines the color of semen, generally showing grayish white, milky white, or light yellow. When the tissues and organs generating and transporting semen become diseased and hemorrhage, blood semen is caused. Blood semen usually appears mixed with blood threads or blood in the semen, and it may be brownish red, brown, pink, bright red, etc. When doctors look under a microscope, they find red blood cells in the semen.
If the semen is too full, it will overflow. It is a normal physiological characteristic of men. Especially for men who have not had sex for a long time, the accumulation of excessive semen will overflow, which is called "nocturnal emission." More than half of them occur in the teenage crowd.
However, if a man forcibly refuses to ejaculate, the genitals will be congested for a long time, and the capillaries on the wall of the seminal vesicle will expand and rupture, which will induce the appearance of blood sperm. 
The patient suddenly resumes sexual life after a long period of asexual life. During sexual activity, the rapid congestion of the tissue will lead to a sharp change in the pressure in the seminal vesicles and induce blood sperm. In view of this situation, appropriate abstinence for patients during treatment can promote the repair of damaged mucosa and submucosal vascular network and achieve the purpose of treatment.
The most common disease in males with hematospermia is seminal vesiculitis. Male semen is composed of sperm and seminal plasma. And the most critical component in seminal plasma is seminal vesicle fluid, followed by prostatic fluid. Therefore, when hematospermia occurs in men, they first need to consider whether it may be seminal vesiculitis and consider prostatitis. Of course, reproductive tract diseases are also possible. 
Patients are recommended to go to the hospital for B-ultrasound, prostatic fluid, urine, and other inspections, and then carry out targeted treatment after identifying the cause.
The patient can take oral medication for treatment if it is seminal vesiculitis or prostatitis. Drugs mainly include traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine, and western medicine is especially antibiotics. Commonly used antibiotics include cephalosporins, levofloxacin, etc. Men should choose Traditional Chinese medicine with heat-clearing, fire-purging, coagulation, and hemostasis drugs, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill.
In terms of treatment, in addition to tumor factors that require hospitalization for further treatment for the cause, other factors can basically be treated symptomatically in outpatient clinics.
When infectious hematospermia occurs, the drainage is not smooth due to its structural characteristics. Regular sex life can effectively discharge infected prostatic fluid or semen, relieve symptoms caused by prostatic vesicle stasis, improve prostate seminal vesicle blood circulation, promote inflammation absorption and subsidence, and achieve the purpose of treatment. It is also beneficial to stimulate the patient's libido, treat various degrees of sexual dysfunction, and improve the patient's autoimmune function and quality of life.
How can men prevent blood semen?
1. Treatment: If the blood essence does not fade for a long time, it is recommended that the patient goes to a professional hospital for examination to determine the treatment plan for the cause.
2. Diet: The patient should eat more food that reduces dampness, clears heat, nourishes Yin, and stops bleeding. The diet should be light, not spicy, irritating, thick, and greasy.
3. Living a regular sex life: The patient is neither indulgent nor abstinent.
4. Avoiding pressure on the perineum: It is not recommended for patients to ride bicycles and sit for a long time. They need to combine work and rest.
5. Regular life: patients have regular work and rest and do not stay up late.
6. Paying attention to personal hygiene: The patient should maintain hygiene, frequently taking baths and changing clothes and trousers.
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