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Can a Husband with Seminal Vesiculitis Have Children? Will the Children Be Healthy?

Can seminal vesiculitis affect fertility?

By Amanda ChouPublished 3 months ago 3 min read
Can a Husband with Seminal Vesiculitis Have Children? Will the Children Be Healthy?
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Seminal vesiculitis is a clinically more common male disease, and it appears to cause many patients deep distress, so people do not underestimate the harm and impact of the disease. It will lead to other complications if not treated for a long time. So, once found, active treatment is the key.

Can a husband with seminal vesiculitis have children?

Seminal vesiculitis has a certain impact on fertility. Although the seminal vesicle is only an accessory gland of the male genitalia, routine semen examination of patients with this disease can see a large number of red blood cells and white blood cells, and these bacteria will lead to a decline in the quality of semen, thus affecting fertility.

Firstly, seminal vesiculitis can cause changes in the composition of semen. Seminal plasma should contain a certain amount of nutrients to feed sperm activity and traces of acids such as lactic acid. In case of inflammation of seminal vesicles and prostate, seminal plasma will be mixed with bacteria, and lactic acid will increase the toxins and metabolites of bacteria will be excreted in the seminal plasma. The bacteria will devour the nutrients in the seminal plasma and rob the oxygen, leading to a decrease in fertility.

Secondly, the seminal plasma pH is lowered. Normal seminal plasma pH is 7.2-8.9, and spermatozoa move freely in this environment. In the case of seminal vesicle adenitis, the acidity will increase and cause the sperm to die prematurely.

Further, it increases the consistency of semen.

In vesicoureteral adenitis, the seminal plasma contains bacteria, many white blood cells, and even pus. The viscosity will increase suddenly, and then it is not easy to liquefy, and the sperm viability is reduced, which is related to the reduction of the liquefying enzyme.

Finally, the occurrence of seminal vesiculitis can lead to abnormal sperm counts, with a reduction in semen secretion. This is detrimental to sperm survival. Since epididymitis often occurs concurrently with prostatitis, in cases of nonbacterial prostatitis, semen volume can sometimes increase. This results in a decrease in sperm count per unit volume and can also affect fertility.

Therefore, seminal vesiculitis can affect male fertility. However, a husband can continue to have children after his seminal vesiculitis is treated. This is because seminal vesiculitis can be cured, and the quality of male sperm will not be affected after the cure. So, as long as the quality of the sperm is not affected after the treatment, you can continue to have children.

The cause of seminal vesiculitis is mainly due to urinary tract infections. It is often caused by bacterial infections, and the pathogens are often staphylococcus, Escherichia coli, Aspergillus, Klebsiella spp. and other pathogens caused by upward spread to the seminal vesicles. The most important symptom is haematospermia, which is the presence of blood in the sperm, and the quality of the sperm will not be very good. If you get pregnant at this time, it may lead to poor physical development of the child, it is recommended that during the treatment of vesiculitis, you should not be in a hurry to have a child.

Accepting the treatment as soon as possible and considering having a child after treating seminal vesiculitis is better. Patients also need to have a good mindset during the treatment, not too much pressure, and maintain a relaxed mood, and the condition will also be faster.

Seminal vesiculitis is caused by bacterial infection, so the treatment should first choose antibiotic treatment. Antibiotic treatment is more effective. Patients can choose Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill for chronic seminal vesiculitis. The condition will be controlled after treatment, and the male scrotum will restore the sperm production function in the later stage. The sperm vitality at this time will be better, and the child's health to be born there will also be better.

After recovering from seminal vesiculitis, men should wait at least one month before considering having a child. It's best to engage in sexual activity for conception once the epididymis function has fully stabilized. This approach promotes better overall health for the child.


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Amanda Chou

Looking to restore your life troubled by prostatitis, epididymitis, seminal vesiculitis and other male reproductive system diseases? Here are the resource to help you in this endeavor.

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