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Male Infertility: Seminal Vesiculitis Should be Your Consideration
Seminal vesiculitis is a common disease in andrology, mainly caused by infection of various diseases, which can lead to symptoms of general discomforts, such as chills, fever, nausea, etc. Seminal vesiculitis is harmful and can affect male reproductive function. Therefore, Seminal vesiculitis should be treated in time.
 

How does inflammation of the seminal vesicle affect male fertility?
 
1.Inflammation leads to changes in components: Seminal vesicle fluid is rich in nutrients, providing energy and nutrients for sperm activity. When the seminal vesicles are inflamed, the secretion of these nutrients is reduced, such as the reduction of fructose in the seminal vesicle fluid, which can affect sperm motility. The bacteria and metabolic wastes in the seminal vesicle fluid also affect the survival of sperm, increasing the number of dead sperm in the semen. 
 
When the seminal vesicles are infected, the secretion of seminal vesicles decreases, and the semen volume decreases, which affects the transport of sperm in the reproductive tract.
 
2. Inflammation reduces pH: normal seminal plasma pH is 7.2-8.9. Sperm is most suitable for activities in this environment. When the seminal vesicle is inflamed, the alkaline substance increases, which increases the PH value of the seminal vesicle and affects sperm motility. Acidic substances can increase and cause premature sperm death.
 
3. Inflammation increases the viscosity: when suffering from seminal vesiculitis, there are bacteria and many white blood cells in the seminal plasma, even mixed with pus. Freshly discharged semen is viscous and prevents the woman from losing her vagina. After half an hour, it liquefies into a thin liquid, which is convenient for sperm movement. When the seminal vesicles are inflamed, the semen is not fully liquefied or liquefied, and the sperm cannot move, which affects fertility.
 
4. Abnormal sperm count: When seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis occur, the secretion of seminal plasma is largely reduced, which is not conducive to the survival of sperm. Decreased sperm count in volume and diluting sperm can also affect fertility.
 
The harm of seminal vesiculitis to men affects fertility and can lead to other damages, such as causing sexual dysfunction. As chronic seminal vesiculitis and prostatitis are often complicated, during sexual life, pain during sexual intercourse may occur, thus affecting sexual life. In addition, it can also lead to secondary infection, such as the vas deferens, prostate, urethra, etc. When the seminal vesicle is inflamed, it can directly lead to the condition of these adjacent parts, resulting in complications.
 
Treatment of seminal vesiculitis
 
1. In the acute phase, antibiotics are the primary treatment. Under normal circumstances, for patients with acute seminal vesiculitis, continue to use the herb for 1-2 weeks after the symptoms have completely disappeared. For seminal vesiculitis, it is necessary to continue taking the drug for more than four weeks to consolidate the curative effect.
 
2. Chronic seminal vesiculitis is treated comprehensively with antibiotics, hot sitz baths, estrogen, and supportive symptomatic treatment. For recurrent chronic seminal vesiculitis, patients can also be treated with traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which can sterilize and reduce inflammation and eliminate urethral discomfort and blood sperm symptoms. It also does not develop resistance. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can cure chronic seminal vesiculitis completely without recurrence.
 
While patients with seminal vesiculitis are actively treated, they should pay attention to daily care. The methods are as follows:
 
1. Patients should strengthen exercise to enhance their physical fitness to improve the body's resistance to disease.
 
2. The patient's diet should be light. They should avoid drinking alcohol and eating spicy and stimulating food so as not to cause prostate congestion.
 
3. Patients with seminal vesiculitis should not ride for a long time, ride a bicycle or sit for a long time. Office workers should stand up and move around for a while every 1-2 hours.
 
4. Patients should avoid excessive sexual intercourse to reduce genital congestion. Patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis can perform prostate massage regularly (1-2 times a week). It can promote the blood supply of the prostate and seminal vesicles and the excretion of inflammatory substances.
 
 
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