I have had unexplained testicular pain for the last 8 years even after seeing 8 different Urologists. I've had all the test, been on all the Alpha Blockers and Antibiotics and even natural remedies with no success.
The pain is anywhere from a 6 to a 10 80% of every day.
I gave up finding a cure and went to a pain specialist and have been on several pain pills and patches, shots, etc. Only high doses help and I just can't function on all this medication so I am back to trying to find a cure.
That's why I'm looking in a larger city like Dallas hoping they may have had instances similar that these small town dr.'s may not come across. (Midland & Lubbock, TX)
Multiple doctors did not find the cause of my left sided testicular pain. I finally figured it out myself from reading "The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook" by Clair Davies pages 151-153. Trigger points in the psoas muscle can cause pain in the testicles. The primary action of the psoas is to raise your thigh toward your stomach as when you run or walk. It attaches to the lower back. In my case, my back always tightens before my testicle starts aching. The situation occurs for me from too much activity or too much inactivity. Tight back muscles tell me to massage the psoas---works every time. Maybe it will help you.