I’m sorry you’re here, but @Lee1985 is right. You’re still early and time is on your side. I came here at 5 week mark (it’ll be 9 weeks tomorrow), and Lee was the first to respond my post and I’ll forever be grateful for his reply.
I was in your shoes only weeks ago, and while I’m not 100%, I’ve definitely improved. I’m still in a jock strap, still taking the occasional dose of ibuprofen, and still not back to quite as strenuous of activities as I used to with regularity. Here’s my advice to you:
1.) Do absolutely everything in your power to stay positive. Your own psychology will be your worst enemy. It’s very easy to spiral into a very dark place when you’re in pain, and you don’t feel like yourself. Find support from your spouse, family and friends, or the good people on this site.
2.) Scour the site for tips on pain management and see what works for you. For me, it was a routine of NSAIDs, warm bath in mornings, regular icing, and wearing a cup when I needed to be sitting for long periods of time. Similarly, listen to your body. If certain positions or activities trigger pain, avoid them. These things will make life more tolerable while your body heals and adapts to it’s new anatomy.
3.) Getting back to psychology, one of the best pieces of advice I got on this site was to not gauge improvement day-to-day but rather week-to-week. There are too many small setbacks, flare-ups, and micro-improvements that happen from day-to-day. You’ll string together a few good days, then have a slightly worse day and be depressed about it because you thought you were trending up. Instead, ask yourself “on average, am I having less pain/discomfort this week as opposed to last week or the week prior??”. You can be more confident in your assessment of improvement that way.
Couple other things that might help - if you’re a social drinker, getting a buzz or outright drunk worked as good if not better than NSAIDs. Also, if you can tolerate it, having sex helped. I’m not sure if it was adrenaline or blood flow to the nethers, but in my case my balls felt improved immediately after sex and the next morning.
In summary, don’t let yourself get too down, find what works to manage pain best you can, and try to have more good days than bad (while acknowledging bad days will happen). Then just give it time.
Take care of yourself.