Adarsh, who is almost 30 years old, has always felt physical pain, chills recently. He thought it was caused by recent work fatigue. As long as he had a good rest, he would be fine. However, unexpectedly, during his sexual life, he found that his semen turned red, and the urethral orifice was burning and slightly painful.

He was shocked instantly. So he hurried to the hospital the next day. Under the doctor's examination, he was diagnosed with seminal vesiculitis.

Perhaps many men have not heard of this disease, but this does not prevent seminal vesiculitis from becoming one of the primary infectious diseases of male genitalia, just like prostatitis. And it usually occurs in men aged 20-40.

The main clinical manifestations of the disease are dripping white and blood essence. In addition, there are symptoms similar to prostatitis, such as urethral burning, frequent urination, urgency, painful urination, and hematuria.

It is worth noting that patients with this disease often have white secretion dripping out of the urethra in the morning. This symptom is called "dripping white."

The clinical manifestations of seminal vesiculitis are:

Semen is pink or red or with blood clots. Some patients will also have blood in the urine. When seminal vesiculitis is in the acute stage, this manifestation is more prominent.

Patients may have some urinary symptoms such as frequent micturition, urgency, pain, dysuria, burning sensation of the urethra, and so on.

Patients may have lower abdominal pain, suprapubic pain, and other symptoms. When seminal vesiculitis is in the acute stage, the pain will also be caused in the pudendal and groin and will be significantly exacerbated during ejaculation.

Patients may have systemic symptoms such as chills and fever. When seminal vesiculitis is in the chronic stage, patients will also have low sexual desire, spermatorrhea, and premature ejaculation symptoms.

What harm can seminal vesiculitis bring to men?

Seminal vesicles produce 90% of semen. When the seminal vesicle is inflamed, the secretion is reduced, which will affect the sperm motility and semen quantity, and finally lead to male infertility.

Patients with seminal vesiculitis complicated with prostatitis will be mixed with bacteria and lactic acid substances in seminal plasma, which will be affected by bacterial toxins. In particular, bacteria can devour the nutrients in seminal plasma and rob oxygen, resulting in the decline of fertility;

Seminal vesiculitis can increase acid substances, cause sperm death, and reduce the number of sperm.

When seminal vesiculitis occurs, the viscosity of semen will increase suddenly because the seminal plasma contains bacteria and a large number of white blood cells. The increase of consistency resulted in the decrease of sperm motility and viability.

Like many male diseases, seminal vesiculitis is also a dangerous "killer" of semen. Of course, this is based on the long-term no cure of the disease.

Under the current medical conditions, seminal vesiculitis is a complex disease to treat, especially when chronic seminal vesiculitis is combined with chronic prostatitis, the treatment methods are more complicated and the treatment time is prolonged. When the disease is not cured for a long time, it will lead to secondary infertility.

For seminal vesiculitis, what treatment can patients choose?

Select sensitive antibiotics. Acute seminal vesiculitis should be treated until the symptoms disappear entirely, and then continue to use the drug for 1 ~ 2 weeks. Chronic seminal vesiculitis needs to be treated for more than four weeks to consolidate the curative effect.

Traditional Chinese medicine treatments, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It is mainly aimed at patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis or complicated with chronic prostatitis. It can effectively eliminate symptoms and causes. Moreover, it acts on the whole urogenital system. It can also cure epididymitis, orchitis, and so on.

Local treatment. Rectal suppository such as chrysanthemum suppository, prostaglandin suppository, and nanosilver antibacterial hydrogel. Or give enema dialectically once a night according to the specific situation of the patient.

Abstinence. Avoid having too much sex and let the prostate and seminal vesicles rest. It is best to prohibit sexual intercourse in the acute stage, and you can start normal sexual life later, but not frequently, to reduce the degree of sexual organ congestion.

Hemostatic drugs. Adrenobazonum, vitamin K, hemostasis sensitivity, and other symptomatic treatment.

Seminal vesicular surgery. Patients can consider seminal vesicular mirror surgery for intractable and recurrent hematospermia, and the effect of drug treatment is poor.

Due to the structural characteristics of the seminal vesicle, after inflammation, the drainage is not smooth, and it is easy to stay after the bacterial invasion, which is difficult to cure completely. It is suggested that men should actively consult the doctor and choose a reasonable treatment method.

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