I am a 50 year old male. I had vasectomy 2/17/10. I experienced intense pain in RT teste 2 weeks post op. After many drugs and cortizone shots, I opted for Vas-reversal on 5/10/10. I am still having the same pains 6 months since my Vasectomy and reversal. I had an ultra sound and it revealed a smallish cyst on my RT teste. The cyst is hard and the size of a marble, and it is the epicenter of my pain. If I palpate it or a DR. examines me I always feel worse afterwards. I have seen many uros and they suggest that it best to leave it alone, The darn thing feels like a cherry bomb in my scrotum and acts up every day. I do physical labor which seems to agravate the problem. I take narcotics daily to help get by and see an accupucturist weekly, which helps somewhat. I am inclined to have it removed or treated. my pcp suggested having it drained just to see if that lowers my pain to determine if cyst removal is viable. I need some advice. Thanks
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