Can Escherichia coli induce seminal vesiculitis? What are the common causes of male seminal vesiculitis
It is believed that many men do not know much about the cause of seminal vesiculitis. Now the incidence rate of male seminal vesiculitis is increasing year by year. The reason for the increase is related to many factors. In fact, the pathogen of seminal vesiculitis is mainly caused by E. coli. Here we will introduce the cause of male seminal vesiculitis.
Causes of male seminal vesiculitis:
1. Vesicular infection seminal vesiculitis: Inflammation is usually caused by the retrograde infection of bacteria through the posterior urethra along the ejaculatory duct or the invasion of spermatitis bacteria into the seminal vesicles along the vas deferens. Escherichia coli is the most common bacteria, followed by Staphylococcus, Streptococcus and Diphtheria.
2. The pathogenic bacteria of seminal vesiculitis mainly include Klebsiella, Escherichia coli, Proteus, Pseudomonas, etc. The organs near the seminal vesicle, such as the prostate, posterior urethra, colon, etc., are infected, or in any case cause the prostate, seminal vesicle congestion. The bacteria will cause disturbance, invade the seminal vesicle, and cause seminal vesiculitis.
3. Lymphatic infection: Inflammation of urinary tract and intestinal tract causes seminal vesiculitis by infecting seminal vesicles through lymphatic system.
4. Hematological infection: The pathogen of infection focus in other parts of the body circulates to the seminal vesicle through the blood, leading to the appearance of seminal vesiculitis.
5. Upward infection: the pathogen of seminal vesiculitis retrogrades to the seminal vesicles through the urethra, and the pathogen often invades both seminal vesicles at the same time.
The above is an introduction to the etiology of male seminal vesiculitis. Since male friends have known the etiology of seminal vesiculitis, targeted prevention should be carried out to avoid the impact of these male diseases on life.