I have had some nonspecific testicular pain
(mostly left testicle, but occasionally right testicle) now for several months--over a year now, in fact. I have had now 3 separate rounds of STD testing that have all come back negative (RPR, HIV, HSV, Go/Ch, etc) in the last year or so. Likewise I saw a urologist on several occasions a few months after this all started happening, as well as a dermatologist, who apparently ruled out any sort of STD as the cause. And the urologist said my urine
sample showed no signs of a UTI for that matter, as well as a "normal" ultrasound. Eventually he just claimed epididymitis with no particular cause, did a month of antibiotics, and that was that. Pain has still subsisted.
In other words, the vast majority of the traditional causes for testicular pain have been effectively ruled out. I am just wondering if this could be in some way psychosomatic now, where since I "expect" that my testicles are in pain, that they DO end up hurting. I was worried about having some problems going on (still am, since I still have pain) but with so many ruled out I really don't know what could be possible causes at this point.
What am I missing here? If it's not an STD, not a UTI, and there's no torsion etc that show up in an ultrasound, what could possibly cause my testicular pain at this point?