It does sound like prostatitis. Infection often doesn't show in urine or semen because it's got itself blocked off in an area of the prostate.
You need to be referred to urology, and hope you get a urologist who knows how to treat it.
This will start by obtaining expressed prostatic fluid, which goes off to be cultured for a few days, to find what the bacteria is, and which antibiotics it's sensitive too (i.e. kill it), and you then get prescribed exactly the right antibiotic. You may need some prostate massage (by the urologist) while on the antibiotic, to get the antibiotic into the ducts where the infection is.
Even if the antibiotic you are on now doesn't work, it might give some temporary relief because they are also anti-inflammatory. It might not be the right antibiotic or it might not get to the infection, hence referral to urology if the current course of antibiotics doesn't work. Don't accept more antibiotics without getting prostatic fluid cultured first, so the that next antibiotic is the right one, and not another guess.
One other thing, since you've been on Ciprofloxacin, avoid stressing your tendons for a while, as it makes them weaker and liable to damage (and ofloxacin might be the same - not sure).
Edited by member 23 Feb 2021 at 09:26
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