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I have had testicular pain in both sides for around 20-months – primarily on the left side. It was discovered that I had three inguinal hernias pressing inward, damaging the nerves going to the testicles. I had the hernias removed, but nine months later, I am still experiencing pain. I can go pain-free for a few days, then experience pain shooting into the testicle and pain in the inner thigh.
I had several nerve block shots that didn’t work. And also had pelvic floor therapy. I have tried everything from diets to shots to different sitting positions – nothing worked.
It was recommended to me to do the microscopic denervation of the spermatic cord. I had this procedure done on March 29, 2021 – ( I am writing this response on April 19, 2021). So far, the procedure has not worked. I have more pain in my testicle than ever before. Pain to the slightest touch – sitting down and standing up hurts – because my testicles are moving.
I had an ultra-sound done, and thankfully there is no sign of anything wrong with the testicle – however, I am still having incredible pain.
I could option to remove the testicle, but there is no guarantee that the pain will be gone. Plus, it would be removing a healthy organ and complications with testosterone. It doesn’t make sense; the denervation was to stop the pain signal – but it seems worst.
I don’t know if anyone else has had this problem – or has solutions on what to do. I am open to any suggestions.
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