It’s weird how denervation has such high success rates in the literature…yet it’s a total roll of the dice for PVPS guys it seems. It’s also weird how we hear of guys getting worse one this forum, yet most (maybe all) of the denervation papers say ‘no one got worse.’
If there’s one thing I’ve noticed, it’s that every single denervation paper includes idiopathic or infectious chronic scrotal pain patients with PVPS patients in the success rates.
I have only found ONE article about denervation that specifically targets PVPS patients
…and it’s only 17 patients with a 76.5% success rate, with presumably a short-term follow up. That’s hardly a good sample size.
This layman’s theory on denervation and PVPS is that most of us have suffered some sort of nerve injury/damage and further damaging nerves is less likely to help due to either centralization or I don’t know. Just a thought.
I think the OP has much higher chances of success.