Many people may have heard of seminal vesiculitis, but what is seminal vesiculitis? Today we will come to popularize the basic knowledge of seminal vesiculitis.

There are three main routes of infection for seminal vesiculitis:

1. Upstream infection.

The bacteria pass through the urethra, and the ejaculatory duct spreads up to the seminal vesicle.

2. Lymphatic infection.

Inflammation of the genitourinary tract or the intestine passes, and the lymphatic pathway causes the seminal vesicle to be infected.

3. Blood infection.

That is, in other parts of the body, the pathogen of a certain infected lesion passes through the blood circulation to the seminal vesicle. Because the seminal vesicle has many mucosal folds and tortuosity in the anatomy, the secretion is easily deposited, resulting in poor drainage. If the acute phase inflammation is not completely controlled, then it's easy to turn into chronic seminal vesiculitis.

The seminal vesicles are anatomically adjacent to the prostate, vas deferens, urethra, bladder, etc., and communicate with each other, so seminal vesiculitis is often secondary to infection of other organs of the urethra reproductive system. Simple seminal vesiculitis is rare, but chronic inflammation of the seminal vesicle can cause infertility. In addition, 90% of semen is a seminal vesicle secretion, in which fructose can be used as a power source by sperm, and these secretions are reduced when the seminal vesicle is inflamed, which can affect sperm motility. Insufficient amount of semen can not cause filling of the vagina and can cause infertility.

Clinically, the following treatment options are mainly used.

1. Use the right antibiotics.

Acute seminal vesiculitis should be treated for 1 to 2 weeks after the symptoms have completely disappeared; chronic seminal vesiculitis should continue to be used for more than 4 weeks to consolidate the curative effect. According to the experience, the application of the cephalosporin II and the quinolone in the revival vein is better.

2. Topical treatment.

The berberine ion penetrated into the stool, and after the stool, 1 ‰ berberine 20 ml enema was used. The damp cloth pad was placed in the perineum with the drug, and it was attached to the anode of the DC physiotherapy device, and the cathode was applied to the pubic bone for 20 minutes each time. Once a day, every 10 times a course of treatment.

3. Herbal medicine .

Long-term use of antibiotics is prone to drug resistance, but the use of natural herbs is different, such as Dr.Lee Diuretics Pill. It is made up of more than 50 kinds of natural herbs such as psyllium seed, dianthus superbus, herba polygoni avicularis, flat storage, safflower, peach kernel, angelica, red peony, houttuyniae, and the seed of cowherb.

Herbal medicines such as psyllium seed and dianthus superbus have the effect of diuretic and leaching, which can improve the symptoms of frequent urination, urgenct urination and dysuria; such as peach kernel and safflower have the effect of promoting blood circulation, relieving qi and relieving pain.

Dr.Lee Diuretics Pill have the functions of clearing away heat and detoxifying, sterilizing and anti-inflammatory, and can effectively remove inflammation of the seminal vesicles and genitourinary tract, thereby curing the seminal vesiculitis.

In daily life, please avoid spicy food, such as onions, garlic, ginger, pepper, fennel, pepper, etc., which easily affect the function of the spleen and stomach, leading to qi stagnation, dampness and heat, making seminal vesiculitis difficult to heal, and aggravating the condition.

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