Something is wrong here. If you have been diagnosed with CPPS, you have a pelvis problem, not a bacterial infection. When you are told you have prostatitis, keep in mind that isn't a diagnosis, it's a description of an inflamed prostate gland. It doesn't tell you why it's inflamed. It could be a bacterial infection or an enlarged prostate or prostate cancer etc. etc., but again, if the diagnosis is CPPS you do not have a bacterial infection and therefore antibiotics of any kind would not be called for. So you might want to check again with your doctors, as the antibiotics are not going to be of help with your digestive problems and they might very well have caused them if they didn't exist before you took the antibiotics. The first thing I'd do at this point is go to the best health food store in your area and buy the best multi-spectrum probiotic from the refrigerated section of the supplement dept. I'd also think about trying eating fermented and cultured foods such as kim chi or pickles or sauerkraut or miso soup because they provide good food for your probiotics, which are your beneficial organisms and are necessary to be healthy for you to have proper digestion. Antibiotics kill them, and you've been on an intense program, so you have to recover your colony of these organisms. You also need to look at your diet and see what you might be eating that you can't digest properly and cut it out. If you do indeed have CPPS, that's what you have to get treated, and I'm no expert but you can do your homework on it. Nobody seems to know exactly what causes it, but there are palliative treatments and perhaps a cure if you find an expert doc. Your doc might not be one. They tend to hang out at university hospitals and places like the Mayo Clinic and the like, and aren't always available where we live, where the docs are likely to be quite ordinary and might be good for you but also might not be the best at handling difficult issues like this one. In sum, what you've been treated for is a bacterial infection, but you list a diagnosis which doesn't involve one and therefore would not call for antibiotics. So you should be confused and need to find out exactly what's going on here. If your current docs can't answer why they gave you antibiotics if you don't have a bacterial infection, causing you a host of other problems, find different docs. Peace.