Seminal vesiculitis is a common infectious disease in men 20-40 years old. It not only harms the health of men but also leads to male infertility. So, how to check whether you have seminal vesiculitis?

The methods of self-examination for seminal vesiculitis are as follows:

1. Patients can have frequent urination, urgency, pain, difficulty urination, and urinary tract burning.

2. The patients may have abdominal pain, suprapubic area of the hidden pain, and other symptoms. When seminal vesiculitis is in the acute stage, the pain can also spread to the perineum and groin, which is obviously intensified when ejaculation.

3. The patient's urine is pink or red or has blood clots, and others will have the phenomenon of blood in the urine. This phenomenon is more apparent when seminal vesiculitis is in the acute stage.

4. Patients may have a chilly fever and other systemic symptoms. When seminal vesiculitis is in the chronic stage, the patients will also have low sexual desire, spermatorrhea, premature ejaculation, and other symptoms.

5. When the patients with seminal vesiculitis were examined, it was found that there were a lot of red cells and white cells in their urine, and the culture of urine bacteria was positive. When a routine blood test examined the patients with seminal vesiculitis, the number of white cells in their blood increased significantly.

If you have these symptoms, you should go to the hospital as soon as possible and treat them in time.

Some tips for seminal vesiculitis

Choose the right drugs

Seminal vesiculitis often occurs at the same time as prostatitis, primarily due to retrograde infection. The acute seminal vesiculitis should be treated until the symptoms disappear entirely, and then continue to use the medicine for 1-2 weeks. Chronic seminal vesiculitis should be used for more than four weeks to consolidate the efficacy.

Antibiotics can be used in the first attack of seminal vesicles, and the common drugs include macrolides and quinolones.

For seminal vesiculitis caused by nonbacterial infection, drug treatment and local physical therapy are generally used. Commonly used drugs are herbal medicine, generally used as drugs to clear heat, diuresis, damp, and activate blood circulation and remove blood stasis, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It can treat prostatitis while treating seminal vesiculitis.

For patients with seminal vesiculitis with hematospermia, they should discharge the essence regularly, which can exclude the blood accumulated in the seminal vesicles and prevent the hematoma from becoming more intense.

If it is recurrent and stubborn seminal vesiculitis and the drug treatment is invalid, it is recommended to do a seminal vesicle operation.

Local treatment

After defecation, 20 ml of berberine enema was used to soak the gauze pad on the perineum and connected it to the DC physiotherapy device's anode. The cathode was applied to the pubic bone for 20 minutes, once a day, every ten times. Warm water sitting bath (water temperature 42 ℃) and hot application of the perineum can improve local blood flow and help inflammation subside. Avoid sitting too long to prevent pelvic congestion.

Life regularization

Work and rest together, keep enough sleep, not stay up late. Avoid smoking, alcohol, and spicy and stimulating food. If there is constipation, the patient can give the defecation medicine to keep the stool smooth.

Pay attention to the psychology of patients

Eliminate the patients' concerns, especially those of the patients with blood in the sperm, and enhance their confidence in overcoming the disease.

Seminal vesiculitis will bring great trouble to men's life, even cause male infertility. So once diagnosed, take active treatment in time. Simultaneously, pay attention to life details in life, adjust the mentality, and try to regularize life, change some bad habits and eat less stimulating food.

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