I am looking for some theories as to my latest developments.
Vasectomy was three months this saturday, diagnosed with leakage after two weeks, causing scar tissue/granuloma on vas site on both sides.
Pain at vas sites and dull ache in groin for first couple of months.
(between 1 and 4)
The pain has now practically gone in testicles, scrotum and at vas site (albeit uncomfortable at times and I can still feel it, but no pain).
But what has developed in the last three weeks is an upsurge in pain in my groin, mainly on the left, I am assuming up the spermatic cord (but am no expert).
The pain comes and goes but is between a 1 and 6 and last night I had a light pain in the area when I urinated, but this has not happened since, so am not to concerned.
I have no pain when standing, lying down, it seems to be when I am behind my desk, driving or wearing jeans or trousers (fine in joggers).
I have seen the original surgeon and a useless urologist who advised that the scar tissue/granuloma would continue to decrease in size and I be left with no pain.
What I am struggling to understand is why after all pain seems to have gone at the vas site, why has it spiked higher up?
Is this just another stage to the hoped for healing? or something else?
I have switched from briefs to boxer briefs as I thought having my balls bunched up all day may be pressing on a nerve.
My wife is started to push me for a reversal but
a) i am not sure this would help as i don’t have congestive pain
b) it may help to cut out/clean up the scar tissue
c) it will cost in the region of £3000 as there is no way I am going back to the NHS to sort it out.
Any advice/theories/information would be of much help to this troubled mind