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Seminal Vesiculitis: Hi, SV is usually due to Prostatitis, in order to prevent Vesiculitis prompt treatment of Prostatitis needs to be done, although SV could happen independently, in any case Antibiotics is the treatment of choice, avoiding alcohol, Caffeinated drink and spicy food could help, Please see a Urologist, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hormones = Awesome: Once you've passed through puberty, your genital tract is primed to be stimulated by testosterone, the male hormone. The seminal vesicles, once sensitized, continuously make semen 24/7. If you were to record your "output" over a day it would likely be close to 8-10 cc/day. Since an average ejaculate is about 3.5 cc, you would see reduction for any additional samples obtained in the same day. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vas deferens is duct: Sperm is produced in the testis, they pass into the vas (1) via the epididymis ; thence to the ejaculatory duct. Most of your semen is produced in the prostate gland (3) ; seminal vesicles (2). Some men are able to ejaculate a second time 15 - 30 minutes after the first. Men tend to produce less semen as they age ; thus take longer before they can ejaculate again. Hope this answers you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Seminal vesicles: I really wonder how you know the pain is from the seminal vesicles? Please see your doctor. ...Read more
How do the seminal vesicles make semen? Do they produce it immediately or do they store it for later?
Hormones = Awesome: Only 50-70% of semen comes from the seminal vesicles (svs). The fluid contains fructose for sperm to use for energy among other supporting elements. The svs continuously make semen 24/7. If you were to record your "output" over a day it would likely be close to 8-10 cc/day. Since an average ejaculate is about 3.5 cc, you would see reduction for any additional samples obtained in the same day. ...Read more
Seminal vesicles are not visualized and ejaculatory duct is absent.What is the next step after that?
See experts...: If a man has no seminal vesicles and ejaculatory ducts, he may have other abnormality in genital tract. And i assume this man got his sex hormonal profile done already. If so, at most and this time, testicular biopsy as needed may be required if struggle for infertility is desperate. Best wish... ...Read more
Is there surgery available to block the seminal ducts so no semen is lost at orgasm and the semen stays in the seminal vesicles?Thanks.
Here are some...: Technically, it is possible, but, up to current literature, no such attempt has been tried & documented because no imaginable benefit from such procedure can be rationalized. In known urological practice, radical prostatectomy or cystoprostatectomy for prostate or bladder cancer will removed seminal vesicles & ejaculatory ducts leading to no ejaculation at orgasm if erectile ability still remains. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've read that "emptying out seminal vesicles during defecation" removed sexual compulsiveness in few men. What are the ways to empty it out?
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