What are enlarged seminal vesicles?


Having enlarged seminal vesicles is a problem within the male reproductive system. The seminal vesicles are located in the testicles and hold sperm and ejaculatory fluid. Often times, when the seminal vesicles are enlarged, other symptoms are also present. Bleeding upon ejaculation is one symptom that can cause alarm. If the seminal vesicles are inflamed, bleeding can also occur during urination. This can signal a bleeding problem or sometimes cancer within the reproductive region such as the prostate gland.
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