Thanks for your comments.
I have had problems with prostatitis since I was about 19 years old, I'm 46 now.
In 2003 I was seen by a urologist with regards to sexual health as part of an observation for neurological problems.
I had been having problems with Ed for several years and all the oral meds did not help.
After some blood tests it was determined that I had low levels of testosterone. I had lost my left testicle in 2000 following a major infection.
To determine whether the testosterone levesl were right, I had my blood taken to determine levels of testosterone as well as PSA, since the testosterone can increase these levels.
On one occasion, the urologist phoned me to inform me that for my age the PSA levels were very high. After talking to me for a bit, I informed him that I had been hospitalized with a kidney infections. I was then told to repeat the tests to determine if the levels were elevated due to the infections that I had.
When my levels were taken things were still high but a lot lower than previous. When the tests were repeated once more the level were in the normal range.
Since you are still on antibiotics, it is possible that this is keeping the PSA levels high as your body is fighting an infection.
In my case I had a review with the urologist once a year or more if there were problems. For all other occasions, I relied on our family doctor.
Over the last few years my levels have been up and down again as I have a fistula between my prostate and rectum, most likely the result of self catheterization due to a neurogenic bladder. As a result I have had neumerous UTI. These infections causes the PSA readings to differ.
All the best,