What Are the Foods to Be Avoided When Having Epididymitis?

Author: John
Time: 2019/7/31 17:40:51

epididymitis is a common disease in non-specific infection of male reproductive system, mostly in young and middle-aged people. When various reasons cause the reduction of their own resistance, pathogens can take the opportunity to invade the epididymis and cause inflammation. 

It is characterized by sudden pain in scrotum, swelling of epididymis, obvious tenderness, fever and epididymis sclerosis. Inflammation of epididymis can affect sperm maturation and reduce fertility. Inflammation can also cause blockage of epididymis tube and affect sperm output, which can cause clinical infertility.


For epididymitis patients, diet is very important. Some foods are helpful for the treatment of epididymitis. For example, they should eating more vegetables and fruits with more fibers, such as bananas, sweet potatoes, celery, etc., to keep the stool smooth. Red adzuki bean or mung bean soup has the effect of clearing away heat, dampness and detoxification. Frequent drinking can help the recovery of the disease. Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, increase the intake of vitamin C and other components to improve the body's anti-inflammatory ability. 

But some foods should be eaten less or be avoided. Do not eat spicy, stimulating food like onion, pepper, mustard, fennel as these foods can aggravate inflammation and epididymitis is difficult to cure. People with epididymitis can not smoke or drink. Many young people today smoke or drink. If they suffer from epididymitis, they must quit smoking and drinking. At the same time, excitatory drinks such as coffee can not be drunk. Normally, you can't eat raw and cold food. Try to eat fewer so-called hair products such as pig's hooves, fish soup, mutton, etc. because these foods can cause increased secretions in inflamed areas, further infiltration and spread of orchitis and aggravation of symptoms.


For the patients with typical symptoms, they can go to the Department of Andrology or urology, through scrotal ultrasonography, prostatic fluid examination, urethral secretion culture and so on, to see whether there are pathological changes in testis and epididymis, whether there are pathogens, whether there are complications. If bacteria or chlamydia mycoplasma are positive, it is suggested that sensitive antibiotics should be given priority in drug sensitivity test. 

If the patients with testicular cyst or testicular nodule are examined, the scope is small and asymptomatic; if the scope is large and the pain of compression is obvious, they can be resected surgically, and diuretic anti-inflammatory pills can be used to consolidate the treatment after operation; if there is epididymal tuberculosis, anti-tuberculosis treatment can be given first. If the effect of conventional medication is not good, safe herbal medicine Wuhan Diuretics Pill can be chosen. 

It can cure orchitis and epididymitis, on the one hand, can remove pathogens causing pathological changes of testis and epididymis, and can effectively sterilize and eliminate inflammation; on the other hand, its formula can effectively eliminate swelling, pain and discomfort of testis and epididymis, and eliminate the effect of promoting blood circulation and promoting qi, diuresis and drenching. The burning pain of urethra can be alleviated by this pill.What’s more, it can treat testis and epididymitis from various aspects of the origin of the disease. In addition, it can also treat the complications of small cysts and nodules of epididymis.

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In addition, to develop good living habits, patients should have a regular life drink more water and urinate more. They should not often stay up late, get too tired, and avoid sitting for too long. They should take an active part in physical exercise, strengthen their physique and improve the physical resistance. To maintain a comfortable mood, patients should actively adjust their mindset, maintain a comfortable mood, mood depression is a disease, so mental adjustment is necessary.

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