Hello everyone, I am a 25 year old male in the United States (Pennsylvania) and I have had pelvic pain for 2 years and PN for 7 months. My pain started with testicular pain after sitting for a basketball game and then turned into chronic perineum pain. I was misdiagnosed for a year with prostatitis, but then my pain worsened and turned into penis pain and trouble urinating. I went back to the urologist and he said my prostate felt fine and that I most likely have a pelvic floor dysfunction and sent me to physical therapy. I was in PT for about 4 weeks and she said I had a ton of internal trigger points, but then for some reason something triggered a reaction in my body. I woke up one day with sitbone pain and tailbone pain and it never went away. I then was diagnosed with PN as well. I have now been in PT for about 6 months, had 3 tailbone injections, take compounded rectal valium, done acupuncture, and I see a therapist (mental) who specializes in Pelvic Pain. I have made a lot of progress muscular wise.... a lot less trigger points, however some spasming of my left bulbospongeosis and my puborectalis muscles. I use a special cushion from cushionyourassets.com/ to alleviate some of my discomfort, but I'm still suffering from serious nerve pain and cant sit. My PT and my therapist suggest that I find a doctor who does P Nerve blocks, but the only one relatively close to me they know of is totally out of pocket ($800 for the first session, $275 otherwise). Has anyone had success with these? I will make the investment, but I would love to get feed back from others. In the meantime, I'm working on breathing techniques and coping mechanisms to call down my nervous system. I also use a soft ice pack to ice the area when I do sit and I just ordered CBD oil in another attempt to call my nervous system down.