What harm can seminal vesiculitis cause? With the continuous progress of society, many men have developed seminal vesiculitis. However, due to men's poor understanding of seminal vesiculitis, there are always misconceptions. Many men do not know the consequences of seminal vesiculitis, and often ignore its harm. In fact, the harm of seminal vesiculitis is significant.
Inflammation of the seminal vesicle gland can lead to seminal vesiculitis in men, which is very serious. In severe cases, it can also affect the reproductive health of men. Below is a detailed introduction by experts on the hazards of seminal vesiculitis:
1. Dysfunction: It is caused by a cyst pressing against the bladder neck and posterior urethra. The degree of dysuria is related to the size and location of the cyst. It is reported that 9.1% of patients with dysuria due to seminal vesicle cysts have bladder irritation symptoms such as frequent urination and urgency of urination.
2. Hematuria: It can be either full course hematuria or initial or terminal hematuria, especially after ejaculation.
3. Blood sperm: The appearance of semen is pink, dark red, or brown, which can last for several years, often without ejaculatory pain. Cysts with seminal vesicle stones often have small stones discharged during the discharge of bloody semen.
4. Male infertility: In addition to congenital abnormalities in the development of the seminal vesicles, there are also ejaculatory duct stenosis or obstruction that can lead to oligospermia and asthenospermia. Chronic seminal vesiculitis can cause atrophy of the seminal vesicles, severe dysfunction, and reduced fertility.
How "unimaginable" are the consequences of prolonged treatment of seminal vesiculitis
What are the consequences of prolonged delays? This is a question that many patients want to understand. The clinical manifestation of seminal vesiculitis is mainly blood semen, with large individual differences. If treatment is not timely, it can cause great harm to the body.
1、 Reduce fertility
"Acute Fu Gu Yan is difficult to alleviate without treatment, and may develop more severe infections that affect fertility.".
2、 Leading to testicular infarction
As mentioned earlier, the supply of nutrients, oxygen, and the like to the testis comes from the spermatic cord blood vessels. When inflammation of the spermatic cord is not controlled, it can cause inflammatory swelling of the spermatic cord, compressing blood vessels within the spermatic cord, or causing testicular ischemia or even infarction due to thrombosis and vasospasm of the blood vessels within the spermatic cord.
3、 Local abscess formation
"Since there is an obvious infectious lesion at the attachment, without effective anti-inflammatory treatment, the bacteria here will multiply in large numbers, eventually causing local abscess and invading surrounding organs.".
What are the signs of seminal vesiculitis before the storm
1. Blood essence:
It is characterized by the discharge of blood semen during ejaculation, with semen appearing pink or red or with blood clots. The phenomenon of blood sperm is more obvious in acute patients.
2. Frequent urination, urgency, pain in urination:
In acute cases, symptoms of urgency and pain in urination are evident, and difficulty in urination can be seen. Chronic cases are characterized by frequent urination, urgency of urination, accompanied by discomfort in urination, and a burning sensation.
In acute cases, pain in the lower abdomen can be seen, involving the perineum and both groins. Chronic patients may experience dull pain in the suprapubic region, accompanied by perineal discomfort. Pain symptoms worsen significantly during ejaculation.
4. Other symptoms:
There may be fever, chills, and chills, which are the systemic symptoms seen in acute seminal vesiculitis. Hematuria is also one of the manifestations of acute seminal vesiculitis. Pain in ejaculation, low libido, ejaculation, and premature ejaculation are common in chronic patients.
How to prevent and treat seminal vesiculitis
The seminal vesicle is not an organ that stores semen, but rather an accessory gland of the male genitalia. It is a pair of long oval sac-shaped organs. Located behind the bladder floor, outside the ampulla of the vas deferens. The shape is wide at the top and narrow at the bottom, slightly flat at the front and back, with uneven surface. The upper end is free, and the larger one is the base of the seminal vesicle. The lower end is thin and straight, which is its excretory tube. Due to the structural characteristics of the seminal vesicle, after inflammation, the drainage is not smooth, and bacteria can easily invade the seminal vesicle, leaving the root cause of the disease often, making it difficult to completely cure. In order to prevent the persistence of seminal vesiculitis, both acute and chronic seminal vesiculitis should be thoroughly treated.
(1) Choose appropriate antibiotics. Acute seminal vesiculitis should be treated until the symptoms completely disappear, and then continue to be treated for 1-2 weeks; Chronic seminal vesiculitis requires continued medication for more than 4 weeks to consolidate the efficacy. According to our experience, the intravenous application of cefalexin and quinolones in the second generation of cephalosporins has a good effect.
(2) Local treatment. After defecation, use 20 ml of 1 ‰ berberine for enema. Use this medicine to soak a gauze pad and place it on the perineum. Connect it to the anode of a direct current physiotherapy device. Apply the cathode to the pubic bone for 20 minutes each time, once a day, and once every 10 times for a course of treatment. Warm water hip bath (water temperature 42 ℃) and perineal hot compress to improve local blood circulation and help inflammation subside. Avoid sitting for too long to prevent pelvic congestion.
(3) Rest in bed. Give laxative medication to keep bowel movements smooth.
(4) Avoid excessive sexual activity. To reduce the degree of sexual organ congestion. Patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis can receive regular (1-2 times per week) seminal vesicle prostate massage. One is to enhance the blood flow of the prostate and seminal vesicle, and the other is to promote the discharge of inflammatory substances.
(5) Regularization of life. Combine work and rest, avoid smoking, alcohol, and spicy and stimulating food.
(6) Do a good job of ideological work for patients. Eliminate the concerns of patients, especially those of patients with hemospermia, and enhance their confidence in overcoming the disease.
(7) For blood sperm treatment. You can also take 1 mg of diethylstilbestrol and 5 mg of prednisone orally, three times a day, for 2 to 3 weeks continuously, which can mostly stop blood sperm.