How To Treat Hematospermia

Hematospermia, also known as blood in semen, is an abnormal phenomenon. It indicates that there will be inflammation in reproductive system. This condition can be caused by various problems, such as prostatitis, seminal vesiculitis, epididymitis, etc. Once noticed this phenomenon, man needs to see a doctor and get some treatments. Then, how to treat hematospermia?

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Hematospermia can caused serious problems if left untreated. When the reproductive system has inflammation, there will be many white blood cells and/or pus in the seminal plasma, which will increase the viscosity of semen. Thus, the semen liquidation time will be longer and then it will be difficult to move to the cervix. What’s worse, the survival rate of sperm will also be greatly reduced as the seminal plasma decreased due to the inflammation. Thus, it will lead to male infertility. And the inflammation will spread to other reproductive organs, which will reduce the sexual function.

To get rid of hematospermia, it is important to find the cause of the condition. Since this condition may also accompany with other symptoms, patients should tell all of their symptoms to the doctor. The doctor will perform some test to find the cause. The patient will be prescribed the medication that is the best for treating his condition. If the condition is caused by inflammations like prostatitis, epididymitis, seminal vesiculitis, antibiotics may be prescribed to kill the causative bacteria. Other treatments include herbal medicine called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. This medicine contains more the 50 types of natural herbs, which have properties of clearing heat and toxins to kill the bacteria, improving blood and Qi flow to relieve the pain, inducing diuresis to relieve the stranguria. Though it needs time for herbs to take effect, the pill has no drug resistance and won’t do any harm to the kidneys and liver. It can not only cure the symptoms but also the root causes. The recurrent rate will be reduced.

The treatment for hematospermia should be prompt and proper. Once noticed this phenomenon, don’t ignore it. Treatment should be taken immediately.