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Seminal Vesiculitis Causes Infertility: Know Some Effective Preventions of Seminal Vesiculitis!
Seminal vesiculitis is caused by Escherichia coli, Klebsiella Aerobacter, Proteus, and Pseudomonas. When the adjacent organs of the seminal vesicles, such as the prostate, posterior urethra, colon, etc., are infected or cause congestion of the prostate and seminal vesicles under any circumstances, bacteria will take the opportunity to disrupt the seminal vesicles and induce seminal vesicles. It is a more common disease in the young and middle ages. 
 
The systemic symptoms of acute seminal vesiculitis include body pain, chills, fever, even chills, high fever, nausea, vomiting, etc. Chronic seminal vesiculitis is mainly caused by severe lesions of acute seminal vesicles or evolution without thorough treatment. Frequent excitement or masturbation, will cause congestion of the seminal vesicles and prostate, secondary infections.
 

The main hazards of seminal vesiculitis
 
1. Hematospermia: The appearance of semen is pink, dark red, or brown, which can last for several years, often without the pain of ejaculation. It is more common in 22-24 years old, with blood sperm as the first symptom, accounting for about 40%. Cysts with seminal vesicle stones often have small stones discharged when bloody semen is released.
 
2. Hematuria: It can be hematuria throughout the course, or initial or terminal hematuria, especially the first hematuria after ejaculation.
 
3. Difficulty in urination: It is caused by the cysts oppressing the bladder neck and posterior urethra. The degree of dysuria is related to the size and location of the cyst. Domestic reports that cysts in the seminal vesicles cause dysuria accounted for 9.1%, and the cysts have a volume of 400~min. Patients have frequent urination and urination. They are urgently waiting for symptoms of bladder irritation.
 
4. Male infertility: In addition to congenital abnormal development of seminal vesicles, there is stenosis or obstruction of the ejaculatory duct leading to oligospermia and asthenospermia. Long-term chronic seminal vesiculitis causes seminal vesicle atrophy, severely reduced function, and reduced fertility. 
 
Some patients also have chronic epididymitis, which affects sperm output. According to domestic statistics, seminal vesicle cysts combined with infertility accounted for 6.8%.
 
Tips for effective prevention of seminal vesiculitis
 
Seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis are brutal brothers and sisters, and both are difficult to entangle, so seminal vesiculitis needs to be carefully prevented early. Do not drink alcohol. Wear loose and breathable crotch, which is very effective in avoiding seminal vesiculitis.
 
The most crucial principle to prevent seminal vesiculitis is strengthening exercise, enhancing resistance, and avoiding upper respiratory tract infections such as colds. Patients with prostatitis should undergo standardized treatment to prevent the spread of the disease and the seminal vesicles. In particular, timely treatment of dental caries and prevention of diarrhea should be carried out. Infections in other parts of the body should not be taken lightly.
 
Patients with seminal vesiculitis should pay more attention to the details of life. People with dental caries or other inflammatory infections should not drink more alcohol. Otherwise, seminal vesiculitis is prone to attack because alcohol can expand blood vessels, cause tissue congestion in the affected area, and aggravate the condition. The patient's diet should be based on the principle of lightness, not drinking alcohol, and not eating spicy food not to cause prostate congestion.
 
In addition,men must pay attention to personal hygiene, keep clean, try not to masturbate. Sex should not be too frequent, just once or twice a week, and wear a cover during sex. It is not suitable for long-term horse riding, biking, and passive sitting. Office workers are better to stand up and move for a few minutes every 1 hour or so. Do not wear tight jeans, and ensure that the crotch is loose and breathable.
 
Seminal vesiculitis includes acute seminal vesiculitis and chronic seminal vesiculitis. Experts suggest that patients should go to a professional hospital for thorough treatment. In treating the undesirable symptoms of seminal vesiculitis, the first is available treatment, including psychotherapy, hot bath, and physical therapy. The other is a systemic treatment, including antibiotic treatment, hemostatic treatment, and some other drug treatments. Other medicines include drug injection treatment and surgical treatment.
 
Among the current treatments for chronic seminal vesiculitis, the most effective one is drug therapy, such as herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is mainly composed of more than 50 kinds of herbs, natural ingredients, no harm to the body, long-term use will not have side effects or drug resistance. It is a good choice for patients with conservative treatment.
 
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