Can seminal vesiculitis affect sperm vitality? How can seminal vesiculitis be completely cured
What are the initial symptoms of seminal vesiculitis? Many people don't know seminal vesiculitis. Experts from Chongqing Edward Hospital told me that seminal vesiculitis is a common disease in andrology, caused by Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Proteus, Pseudomonas, etc. Seminal vesiculitis seriously endangers male health and male infertility
Analysis of early symptoms of seminal vesiculitis
1. Lower abdominal pain. In acute patients, lower abdominal pain is related to the perineum and bilateral groins, mainly manifested as severe pain in the perineum and rectum, increased pain during defecation, and increased pain during sexual intercourse. Chronic patients have a dull pain on the pubis, accompanied by perineal discomfort, and the pain is particularly obvious during ejaculation. Some people have low libido, ejaculation and premature ejaculation.
2. The patient's semen is pink or red or with blood clots, and there are also patients with blood in urine. This phenomenon is more obvious when seminal vesiculitis is in the acute stage.
3. Patients may have frequent urination, urgency, pain in urination, difficulty in urination, burning sensation of urethra and other symptoms.
4. Patients can have systemic symptoms such as cold and fever. When seminal vesiculitis is in the chronic stage, patients will also have symptoms such as low libido, ejaculation and premature ejaculation.
5. When patients with seminal vesiculitis were examined for semen, there were a large number of red cells and white cells in the semen. When patients with seminal vesiculitis who were positive for semen bacterial culture were examined for blood, the number of white cells in the blood increased significantly.
To effectively prevent seminal vesiculitis, we need to know these
Seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis are brotherly difficulties and difficult to entangle. Seminal vesiculitis needs to be carefully prevented in the early stage. Do not drink, and wear loose ventilation on the crotch is very effective in preventing seminal vesiculitis.
To prevent seminal vesiculitis, the most important principle is to strengthen exercise, enhance resistance, and avoid upper respiratory tract infections such as colds. Prostatitis patients should be treated in a standardized manner to avoid the spread of the disease and affect the seminal vesicle. In particular, dental caries should be treated in time to prevent diarrhea. Infection of other parts of the body should not be taken lightly.
Patients with seminal vesiculitis should pay more attention to life details. People with dental caries or other inflammatory infections should not drink more. Otherwise, seminal vesiculitis is prone to attack. Alcohol will expand blood vessels, cause tissue congestion in the affected part, and worsen the condition. Patients should take light diet as the principle, do not drink alcohol, do not eat spicy food, so as not to cause prostate congestion.