hey@woody this sounds alot like my waffling of pain. 1st started with most of my pain in the left testicle and epi but now it has transitioned to the groin hip area. I find it interesting the therapist said it was unrelated because now that i think of it when i would hit the treadmill repetitively for a few weeks i would have this same type of pain in the outter thigh/groin area pre vas. And now same pain even though no treadmill and wondering if the inflammation from the vas set it off… So for me i kinda buy what he is saying. How did you end up goimg with a sports therapist vs a reg physical therapist?
Sorry for taking ages to get back to you. I hardly come here anymore .
The therapist I used told me to press down on where the pain was. He believed that by doing this would free the nerve and it worked
Thanks for coming back and thanks for letting guys know that you are a hundred percent better after having a reversal.
It’s important that guys come back and let people know how they’re doing no matter what therapy or approach they take good or bad.
There is no one right answer as to how to deal with chronic pain post vasectomy. While waiting is always advised it doesn’t always work. Acceptance, while important, doesn’t always eliminate the pain.
I want to qualify by saying when I say chronic pain I dont mean the guys with acute post vasectomy pain but long term pain.