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Symptoms of Gonorrhea complicated with Seminal Vesiculitis

By charlotte at 24 days ago • 0 collector • 34 pageviews

Male patients with gonorrhea often spread from anterior urethra to posterior urethra, causing posterior urethritis, prostatitis, seminal vesicle inflammation, epididymitis, orchitis, glomerulonephritis and preputial adenitis.

Gonorrhea complicated with seminal vesiculitis is a suppurative infection of seminal vesicle caused by gonorrhoeae diplococcus. It is a common complication of gonorrhea in men and a risk of secondary infertility.

Local redness, swelling, fever, tenderness, abscess and perineum swelling, pain and discomfort may occur in some cases. The symptoms of frequent urination, urgency, pain, hematuria, dysuria and turbidity of urine may also occur.

Severe cases include fever, chills and elevated peripheral blood leukocytes. Repeated attacks can lead to urethral stricture, vasectomy or obstruction, resulting in infertility.

How to check for gonorrhea complication seminal vesicle inflammation

Gonorrhea examination. (1) Smear the pus from the urethral orifice or extrude pus from the urethra directly, wipe it lightly with a cotton sample and apply it on the slide. Microscopic examination showed that intraleukocyte and exogenous gram-negative gonococci were arranged in pairs in light red.

(2) Neisseria gonorrhoeae culture. For asymptomatic or mild patients, the detection rate of direct smear is low and should be cultured.

Examination of seminal vesiculitis. Ultrasonography or seminal vesicle angiography is feasible.

If the illness is complex and has not been cured for a long time, if there are repeated attacks, consider using natural herbal therapy. Natural herbal formula such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which was developed by Dr. Lee and had won the national patent in 2013, diuresis and drenching, has a good effect in treating gonorrhea complicated with seminitis.

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