Hemospermia is usually a Benign Self-limiting Disease

The most frequent reason for hemospermia is prostate biopsy. More than 80% of males who underwent prostate biopsy developed hemospermia, which lasted with an average of 3 or 4 weeks.

The blood in seminal vesicle or ejaculatory vessel shows a high signal area on the T1-weighted spin-echo images, representing the presence of hemoglobin a result of subacute hemorrhage.

Although hemospermia generally is a benign self-limiting disease, it has aroused great concern and anxiety among if perhaps you are patients.

Hemospermia may be secondary to inflammation, infection, duct obstruction or cyst, benign tumors, vascular malformations, systemic or iatrogenic factors, and rare malignant tumors.

Genitourinary tract infection is the most common cause in patients under 40 years of age.

The factors to be investigated were age, use of hemospermia, duration of hemospermia, and presence of related symptoms or signs, including weight loss, local or bone pain, fever, lower urinary tract symptoms and hematuria.

Seminal vesiculitis and prostatic inflammatory diseases will be the important reasons for non-liquefaction of male semen. 

For chronic and repeated seminal vesicle inflammation or prostate inflammation, it is recommended that male patients may wish to choose natural herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill for the radical cure.

The treatment principle is especially in order to heat, remove dampness, cool blood and detoxify the infection of staphylococcus, escherichia coli, White corpuscle,trichomonas, which will be the most typical reproductive inflammation.

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