Ailmemts & Remedies

Haemospermia (Blood in the Semen)

When semen changes from its usual cream-white colour to white with ‘a hint of pink’, or is bloodstained, it’s called haemospermia, which simply means blood in the semen. The semen can also appear brownish-red in colour. Whatever the shade, it isn’t normal and means something is not right and should be checked out.

One problem with haemospermia is that it invariably causes men great anxiety. Another problem is that the cause often remains unknown.

Click to see the picture

click to see the pictures

Hematospermia (haematospermia), (or Hemospermia, haemospermia) or the presence of blood in semen, is most often a benign and idiopathic symptom, but can sometimes result from medical problems such as a urethral stricture, infection of the prostate, or a congenital bleeding disorder, and can occur transiently after surgical procedures such as a prostate biopsy. It is present in less than 2% of urology referrals, although prevalence in the overall population is unknown.

Patients with hematospermia should be evaluated by a urologist to identify or rule out medical causes. Idiopathic hematospermia is sometimes treated with tetracycline and prostatic massage.

Causes/Risk Factors
Haemospermia most commonly affects men in their 30s, although it’s by no means exclusive to this age group.

It’s not always possible to prevent it from occurring, but if the cause can be found then taking care to avoid such triggers can result in fewer sleepless nights.

Most commonly, haemospermia is a consequence of non-specific inflammation of the urethra (the tube urine passes through), prostate and/or seminal vesicles. That is, inflammation anywhere along the path semen follows when leaving the body.

Other possible causes include:
•Minor trauma – the result of vigorous sexual activity, for example, or a trouser-zip accident.
•Infections of the genital tract ­ this is usually accompanied by other symptoms, including pain on urination, scrotal tenderness or swelling, groin tenderness or aching, pain on ejaculation, low back pain, fever or chills.
•Biopsy of the prostate gland, where seminal fluid is manufactured.
•In rare instances, haemospermia is secondary to cancer.
For most men, haemospermia is a one-off event. For some, though, the problem is a recurrent one for which a cause cannot be identified, despite full and thorough investigation.

This disease generally affects men after their 30s though it can not be confirmed that men of other age group are not at risk. It cannot be prevented from happening always but if the cause is detected  preventive measures can be taken easily.

If the underline cause is found by the doctor,such as an inflamation or an infection,he can prescribe proper medicine

It may necessary to refer a man with haemospermia to the local hospital urology service where a number of tests such as laboratory examination of urine and semen, ultrasound or CT scans, or even a cystourethroscopy (a telescopic examination of the inside of the urinary tract under anaesthetic) may be recommended in order to check the diagnosis.

Fortunately, in the majority of cases haemospermia is benign and self-limiting, so no specific treatment is required other than a large dose of reassurance and advice about safer practices.

Where an underlying cause is identified – for example, infection or inflammation – specific treatment can be provided. This may involve a course of antibiotics or anti-inflammatory medication.

Advice :
The treatment is not always gaurantee  that the condition will not reappear.If the ailment is caused by some blood related problems then treating that may give better results. It is always advicible for men who have suffered from this disease  to monitor their semen  for any further occurance of bleeding.They should remember various factors as time of blood appear in their semen and they should keep count of times  they had sex  recently. They also need to be cautioned about STD and make their urine routine check.

Disclaimer: This information is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advise or help. It is always best to consult with a Physician about serious health concerns. This information is in no way intended to diagnose or prescribe remedies.This is purely for educational purpose.


Enhanced by Zemanta
Herbs & Plants Herbs & Plants (Spices)

White Lily

[amazon_link asins=’B006E5E8O4,B005QQ1L10,B00KQ12BQ4,B009UP5DQC,151699843X,B071YP51SS,B00ATA6S48,B005QQ1KCA,B005QQ1MB4′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’finmeacur-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’96639e52-aa61-11e7-ac90-4f92ef77c9e3′]

Botanical Name:Lilium polyphyllum
Family: Liliaceae

Subfamily: Lilioideae

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Liliopsida
Subclassis: Liliidae
Ordo: Liliales
Genus: Lilium
Species: Lilium polyphyllum
English Name:White Lily
Sanskrit Name:Kshirakakoli
Habitat:Endemic to Himalaya-regions of Nothern India (Himal Pradesh), Nepal, Afghanistan; 1800-3700 m.

Description: The plant is a narrow bulbous herb with few narrow subequal fleshy scales.

BULB: long and narrow, white, forming long roots; it is said to grow up to 60 cm deep in the soil.
Zwiebel: lang und schmal, weiss, lange Wurzeln bildend; soll bis zu 60 cm tief im Boden sitzen.

STEM: 60-120 (240) cm, stiff.

Stängel: 60-120 (240) cm, steif.

LEAVES: small, lanceolate, scattered.
Blätter: klein, lanzettlich, verteilt.
FLOWERS: 1-10 (40), pendant, fragrant, large, waxy, bell shaped with the lower half of the tepals strongly recurved; tepals white or pink with many dark pink or purple spots and stripes; anthers and pollen yellow to orange. Seeds delayed hypogeal germination.

Medicinal and Ayurvedic Uses:It has soothing, astrigent and anti-inflamatory properities.The bulb is swweet,bitter,refrigrant,galactagogue, expectorent, aphrodisiac, diuretic, antipyretic and tonic. They are useful angalatia,cough,bronchitis,vitiated conditions of pitta, seminal weakness, strangury, burning sensation, hyperdipsia, intermittent fevers,hematemesis, rheumataglia and general disability.

It is used in increasing the quantity of semen, condensed semen, increasing lactations in feeding mothers, creates sexual excitement both in male and female, increases vitality, vigour.

Used in Revitilizing Night Cream, Chavanaprasha

Disclaimer:The information presented herein is intended for educational purposes only. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.


Reblog this post [with Zemanta]