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What are the clinical symptoms of seminal vesiculitis?‏

What are the clinical symptoms of seminal vesiculitis?

1 answers - 2011-07-04

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Thanks for your question. The clinical manifestations are different. Hemospermia: It is characterized by the ejaculation of hemospermia, the semen is pink or red or with blood clots. Acute hemospermia is more obvious. 
Frequency of urination, urgency of urination and pain of urine: Acute patients have obvious symptoms of urgency of urination and pain of urination, and dysuria can be seen. Chronic patients with frequent urination, urgent urination, and urination discomfort, burning sensation is obvious. Pain: In acute cases, pain in the lower abdomen can be seen, involving the perineum and both sides of the groin. Chronic patients may experience dull pain in the suprapubic region, accompanied by perineal discomfort. Pain symptoms are markedly exacerbated during ejaculation. 
Other symptoms: Fever, aversion to cold and shivering, which are the systemic symptoms of acute seminal vesiculitis. Hematuria is also one of the manifestations of acute seminal vesiculitis. And ejaculation pain, low libido, spermatorrhea, and premature ejaculation are common in chronic patients. And patients can take natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to get a cure. Best Regards                                    
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