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Symptoms Of Seminal Vesiculitis
My Husband may have seminal vesiculitis, we are trying for a baby. Is there any chance this could cause infertility?
Seminal vasculitis?: Assuming you meant vasculitis I would say yes it may cause infertility. But need much more information. I would not use it as a method of birth control however. Has a sperm count etc. Been done? L The cause of the vasculitis/vesiculitis needs to be defined and treated. ...Read more
Here are some...: Cure is a thing of the impossible, but can be modified and controlled for most of times, not always because it's hard to make a clinical diagnosis of vesiculitis. However, a tissue specimen from transrectal prostate biopsy may include a portion of seminal vesicle, which microscopically shows the features of inflammation. Which one is it? The key point lies on if you need Rx clinically. So, ask dr ...Read more
Here are some. ..: I would ignore the Dx of vesiculitis but move on to practice quality healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession as the core & backbone of healthy living. This Dx only denotes suspicion to have inflammation of seminal vesicles as suggested in clinical speculation & imaging studies. In fact, all medical care is still based on INDIRECT evidence from continual collection & analysis... ...Read more
Here are some...: Vesiculitis denotes the occurrence of inflammation of seminal vesicles which may be caused by bacterial infection or unknown cause, is a rare diagnosis which is probably deduced from clinical suspicion, suspicion on digital rectal exam, and / or imaging studies such ultrasound or CT or MRI. Ask the treating doc for individual details timely. ...Read more
Duct obstruction: Ejaculatory duct obstruction (EDO) is a congenital or acquired pathological condition which is characterized by the obstruction of one or both ejaculatory ducts. Thus, the efflux of (most constituents of) semen is not possible. It is a cause of male infertility and / or pelvic pain. This can cause enlargement of the seminal vesicles. See a urologist. ...Read more
Since the seminal vessicles prduce 70 % of all semen, is there any way to speed of the production?
The amount of seminal fluid I ejaculate varies quite a bit each day. What causes this? Is this normal?
Normal & unique...: What you observed & reported could be just normal & unique for you reflecting how you're born and the energy & ability of your existing health state so to manifest such in wide fluctuation. More on life reality? Review the lists of Facts of Life-1, 2, &3 by clicking corresponding buttons on the left of HOME of www. Formefirst. Com. Further? Contact www. Healthtap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login. Best ...Read more
My brother who is 17yrs old was diagnose with an enlarged seminal vesicle, what can cause this and what could happen after this?
Lots of different ca:
Lots of different causes
most not serious
best see dortor and follow treatment program
consult urologist. ...Read more
Exam of Seminal Fluid V 3ml Total Count 78000000 T motility30% Progressive motility5% Total Abnormal Forms45% Round Cells 120, 000 Red Blood Cells1-2
Normal: 20, 000, 000 or more sperm per mL.
A total ejaculate volume of 80 million
At least 50% should be motile one hour after ejaculation
More than 14% should have normal heads -
whereby greater than 50% of those cells examined must be normal
Motility is the percentage of moving sperm in a sample and graded based on speed and direction travelled.,
moving forward in a straight line with good speed.
The progression of the sperm, best measured using an automated system,
is rated on a basis from zero (no motion) to 4, with 3-4 representing good motility.
If less than half of the sperm are motile, a stain is used to identify the percentage of dead sperm.
This is called a sperm viability test.
Agglutination of sperm occurs when sperm stick together in a specific and consistent manner (head to head, tail to tail, etc.) suggesting an immunologic cause to infertility.
Clumping of sperm in a nonspecific manner may be due to bacterial infection or tissue contamination. ...Read more
Component of semen.: The ejaculate, or semen, is made up of sperm from the testicles & fluids from the seminal vesicles, the prostate, and the bulbourethral glands. The seminal fluid is a viscous fluid rich in fructose, making up the bulk of semen. The prostate adds a thin white fluid containing enzymes, citric acid, and lipids. The bulbourethral glands add a clear fluid. Ejaculation is the act of discharging semen. ...Read more
No: I do not know of any case reports, and it goes against our understanding of allergy. ...Read more
What could it mean when one has low seminal fluid output? Used to come out like a fountain....not anymore
Less prostate sec: As we grow older, the prostate gland loses its glandular cells and fibrous tissue takes its place. So less prostatic secretions and that is the most important component of your seminal fluid and therefore your seminal fluid volume starts to decrease! You are not a 20 year old forever!!! ...Read more
My seminal output has suddenly decreased from 1-3 tablespoons when I engage in intimacy with my partner to no more than 1 teaspoon. What could cause such a massive decrease, and should I be concerned? How can I fix the issue?
Sounds normal: Normal ejaculation is around 5 ml (1 tsp), on occasion up to 2 tsp. Amounts of 1 tbsp or more are very rare, if ever. Frequency of sex may make some difference, i.e. somewhat larger amounts if you ejaculate less frequently. In any case, this doesn't sound like anything to be worried about. It has no effect on sexual functioning, satisfaction (in either men or their partners), or fertility. ...Read more
Sem Ves: Is a storeage depot for semen, sperm + prostatic secretion, residing at the base of the prostate, below or behind the bladder, in front of the rectum. It constricts and shoots semen during ejaculation, and can be directly invaded by prostate cancer. I don't know what a sem gland is. ...Read more