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Does Male Hemospermia Affect Fertility? How is it Treated?

Men who experience hemospermia often feel very panicked, fearing they have an incurable disease. In fact, hemospermia, which is the presence of blood in the semen, is not uncommon in male reproductive system diseases. 


Hemospermia Affect Fertility


So, does hemospermia affect male fertility? And how is it treated?


Normal semen in males is milky white, gray-white, or light yellow. If the semen contains streaks of blood, blood clots, or appears pink, brown, or reddish-brown, these are symptoms of hemospermia. Generally, hemospermia occurs more frequently in sexually active young men aged 30-40. The primary cause of hemospermia is seminal vesiculitis. 


When the seminal vesicles are inflamed, the dense network of small blood vessels within the vesicle walls can be damaged, leading to bleeding, resulting in blood in the seminal fluid, and symptoms of hemospermia.


Does hemospermia affect male fertility?


If hemospermia occurs only occasionally and there are no other discomforts, it might be due to external injury to the seminal vesicles, and this will not affect fertility. However, severe hemospermia or seminal vesiculitis can impact male fertility, mainly for the following reasons:


1. It reduces the volume of semen.


When suffering from seminal vesiculitis, the secretion of seminal fluid decreases, leading to a corresponding reduction in semen volume, which can cause a decrease in male fertility.


2. It lowers sperm motility and fertilizing ability.


Normal semen contains nutrients essential for sperm motility, such as sugars, prostaglandins, and proteins. Hemospermia can affect these substances, thereby reducing sperm motility and fertilizing function, leading to a decrease in male fertility.


Therefore, if seminal vesiculitis, which causes hemospermia, is not treated promptly, it can affect male fertility.


So, how should hemospermia in men be treated?

If the hemospermia is due to a high frequency of sexual activity or prolonged duration causing the prostate or seminal vesicles to be in a state of prolonged congestion, men should try to avoid excessive frequency and duration of sexual activity.


If the hemospermia is caused by acute seminal vesiculitis, anti-inflammatory treatment should be administered first, and sexual activity must be strictly prohibited. If it is caused by chronic seminal vesiculitis, patients can take natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill for treatment. 


It has the effects of clearing heat, detoxifying, promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, promoting diuresis and clearing stranguria. It can effectively improve the patient's pain and discomfort, relieve swelling and congestion of the seminal vesicle walls, eliminate discomfort during urination, and thoroughly treat the symptoms of hemospermia. Moreover, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is safe to take without side effects, and can also improve the patient's physical condition, enhancing male fertility!


If the hemospermia is caused by seminal vesicle stones or cysts, surgical methods can be used to remove the seminal vesicles. Alternatively, endoscopy can be used to treat bleeding or stones within the seminal vesicles.


5 Points to Practice in Daily Life for the Scientific Prevention of Hemospermia


1) Moderate sexual activity is advised. It should not be too frequent or too intense, nor should abstinence be too prolonged. Avoid unhygienic sexual contact.


2) Refrain from alcohol and spicy, irritating foods. Avoid long-distance cycling, sitting for extended periods, and staying up late, to prevent recurrent episodes of the condition.


3) Pay attention to personal hygiene. For those with an overly long foreskin, keep the foreskin retracted and regularly cleaned. If phimosis is present, consider surgical removal as soon as possible.


4) For those who have already had children, a warm water sitz bath can be beneficial. The water temperature should be between 41°C and 42°C, once a day, for 15 to 20 minutes each time.


5) For those who have not yet had children, avoid sitz baths to prevent high temperatures from affecting sperm quality.


The above are the specifics on whether male hemospermia affects fertility and how to treat it. It is hoped that men will seek timely treatment and pay attention to correcting some bad daily habits, to recover health as soon as possible!



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