Vesiculitis

Vesicles (inflammation of the seminal vesicles) – unpleasant and deliver a lot of inconvenience to the disease. The illness does not develop normally as an independent disease, but appears as a complication of some other infectious and inflammatory diseases. According to statistics, vesicles often manifests itself actively against the backdrop of prostatitis, urethritis or epidimita. There is evidence that disease more vulnerable to men who have been a chronic form of prostatitis. Mostly the disease is chronic and does not itself issue.

Risk factors

 Factors that provoke the development of the disease, similar to those that affect the occurrence of prostatitis:

  • weakened immunity;
  • severe hypothermia;
  • long-term abstinence;
  • constipation;
  • sedentary lifestyle;
  • excessive sexual activity;
  • sedentary work;
  • inflammatory diseases.

The main symptoms

   Symptoms are vesiculitis:

  1. weakness;
  2. perineal pain (given in the groin);
  3. fatigue;
  4. painful ejaculation, and the appearance of blood;
  5. a sharp rise in temperature to 37-38 degrees;
  6. suprapubic pain;
  7. pain with bladder filling;
  8. pain during bowel movements.

   These two patients symptoms may be expressed in various ways – for example, slight or absent. Like it or not, vesicles need to be treated, and only under the supervision of an appropriate specialist.

If not treated and not to visit urologist, the disease enters the acute form, which is usually accompanied by an increasing incidence of symptoms – up to 39 degrees to increase the temperature and significantly enhance pain. If the disease did not give the value will fester seminal vesicles, which will inevitably lead to surgical intervention, as in this case, no other way to help the patient simply does not have.

How is the diagnosis vesiculitis?

   Generally, for the diagnosis of disease using:

  • rectal examination;
  • ultrasound;
  • general urine and blood;
  • sowing of seminal vesicles.

   Only after careful study of biomaterials is possible to put a definitive diagnosis.

Treatment of the disease

Under normal conditions, the treatment is carried out vesiculitis conservatively. Very rarely, doctors have resorted to serious procedures. Actively used antibiotic therapy prescribed soft (not traumatic intestine) laxatives and rectal suppositories. When acute pain and inflammation is not observed, the doctors conducted various physical therapy procedures, as well as putting hot microclysters and make manual massage of the seminal vesicles. However, there is one but if pus is formed, in this case, without surgery already can not do.

Prevention of vesiculitis

As with similar diseases, vesiculitis assumed that effective prevention measures. First of all, they lie in the fact that the “main” blow is applied on the underlying disease, against which, in fact, occurs illness. Most often, the disease is a chronic form of prostatitis.

 Here are a few simple but important rules of prevention of prostatitis:

  1. Avoid excessive sexual activity;
  2. Pause regularly arrange outdoor activities (especially important for sedentary work);
  3. Avoid hypothermia;
  4. Enter one partner a regular sex life;
  5. Use a mild laxative for constipation;
  6. Try to avoid long-term abstinence;
  7. Direct the efforts on the treatment of chronic diseases.

These tips on how you can make your own notice, is not particularly difficult, so try to stick with them on a regular basis, it will help you avoid the development of the disease. If, however, (in spite of the whole complex of preventive measures) could not protect your body, and you happen to notice some of the characteristic symptoms of the disease, be sure to promptly contact the person that he has put the correct diagnosis and effective treatment. It is important not to forget that timely visit to the medical center helps avoid serious consequences and quickly saves you from many unpleasant symptoms. To prevent illness prevention, follow the above rules.