Hi Zara, I am male and have chronic one sided Testicular pain. I spent at year with a Physical Therapist for male Pelvic pain, but no real significant results from that. I as well did research on Botox and actually saw a Urologist who researched it and after giving to one other patient she agreed to try it with me. Her initial patient had no effect from it, so she advised me on this. I decided to try it and well, it completely worked for me! It is however a short term success, as it is only effective from 3-6 months. I am starting to get my pain back after 6 months of trying the botox injection. My advice is to find a urologist and ask her opinion on Botox, it's worth a try if it will work. Again it is not a fix, but just a symptom relief, me like you there is no diagnosis as to why I have this pain, I have had numerous MRI's, Xrays and Ultrasounds but nothing is found, hence I believe it is Neuropathic, which Botox has an impact on. Stress reduction, meditation, etc. also helps calm the nerves. There is no guarantee, just some of my experience. Take care, I feel your pain.
55 y/o male with Chronic Back Pain - Large Vertabrae Osteophytes, Right Shoulder Osteo Arthritis (OA), Hip OA.