My question is regarding chronic testicular pain and the possible treatment options. For the past six months, I have experienced on and off bilateral discomfort in my testicles. It was uncomfortable but not too painful. It would go away for a couple of weeks before returning for a few days at a time. About a month ago, the discomfort returned, changed to pain and got progressively worse. The pain was at times so severe that I could not walk and was bedridden. The pain was at a level of 8 or 9. I went to my GP thrice, the ER twice and the urologist twice. I read about chronic pelvic pain syndrome and started doing some pelvic floor stretches about a week ago. My pain started to significantly subside. But, I am still experiencing a 2 or 3 level of pain. The urologist wants to do spermatic cord denervation surgery. But I think I should try pelvic floor physical therapy first. What is your opinion?
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