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How Long Will It Take to Cure Seminal Vesiculitis? What about The Dos and Don'ts?

Seminal vesiculitis is a relatively common infection of the male urogenital system, mainly occurring in young adults. Seminal vesiculitis is usually caused by bacterial infection, and the most common causative organisms are Escherichia coli, Hemolytic streptococcus, Staphylococcus, and so on. 

According to the course of the disease, it can be divided into acute seminal vesiculitis and chronic seminal vesiculitis. Acute vesiculitis can easily lead to long-term recurrent attacks if not intervened and treated in time, forming a chronic disease. It can seriously affect male sexual life and even cause male infertility, which is harmful. However, if patients carefully follow medical advice and actively get treated, most of the symptoms can improve. Therefore, the disease is generally curable.
Acute seminal vesiculitis usually has obvious clinical symptoms, for example, urinary frequency, urinary urgency, painful ejaculation, fever, and other clinical signs. Acute seminal vesiculitis generally requires anti-inflammatory treatment with broad-spectrum antibiotics. It usually takes about two weeks to cure. Patients should not be anxious during therapy. Instead, they should standardize the medication and follow the doctor's requirements to achieve a better treatment effect.
The primary manifestation of chronic seminal vesiculitis is usually recurrent hematospermia. When having sex, patients find blood in the sperm or a mixture of a bright red or coffee-colored bloody exudate with sperm. Some patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis can be cured by medication, but it takes a relatively long time to administer. Many patients need more than one month, or even longer before they can be completely cured. For patients with persistent chronic seminal vesiculitis, directly injecting antibiotics into the seminal vesicles may be effective. In short, patients should trust modern medicine's progress and not worry too much.
Regardless of the type of seminal vesiculitis, patients had better go to the hospital as soon as they notice some symptoms. They need to observe whether there are symptoms of frequent and urgent urination, pain in the lower abdomen, and blood in the semen daily. Do not take an attitude of indifference. Early detection and early treatment are necessary. Only when knowing the causes of seminal vesiculitis can patients carry out the right treatment.
However, the time for curing seminal vesiculitis cannot be explicitly determined. Every patient's situation is different, and they absorb the medication at different rates. Seminal vesiculitis must be treated thoroughly. Otherwise, it can recur and cause other complications that can harm health.
So, what are the things that patients with seminal vesiculitis should keep in mind?
1. Keep a good lifestyle and habits. Drink more water to increase urination. Do not eat spicy foods. Keep a light diet. Do not sit for a long time. Do not retain urine. Avoid staying up late, exercise properly, and rest more.
2. Keep a stable mind. Avoid mood swings and keep a normal mind every day. Actively participate in the treatment.
3. Keep moderate sexual behaviors. Reduce frequent masturbation, avoid excessive sexual behaviors, and stay away from unclean sexual intercourse. Sexual life is forbidden for patients with acute seminal vesiculitis. For patients with chronic seminal vesiculitis, regular sexual life is helpful for the treatment of the condition.
Except for taking antibiotics for inflammation as recommended by the doctor, patients can also try to take the patented traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. The pill does not produce drug resistance and can kill various bacteria and viruses causing diseases in the male urogenital system. Besides, it can help eliminate pathogens like mycoplasma and chlamydia with remarkable therapeutic effects.
Recommended Readings:
Is Yellowed Seminal Fluid An Indication of Seminal Vesiculitis?
Male Infertility: Seminal Vesiculitis Should be Your Consideration
Seminal Vesiculitis: a Potential Disease Entity in Men with Chronic Prostatitis

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