Sulfa and quinolone allergy. Can trimephoprim ONLY be used to treat prostatitis? Otherwise, what can I take instead?

Here are some... To deduce right diagnosis is still the first job to complete so to decide if you indeed have suffered from prostatitis or just from dysfunction of bladder neck and prostate urethra. Second, decide if you need antibiotics or abpha-blocker + behavioral modification, etc. If prostatitis is sure, trimethoprim may be tried and used with care and watch. More? Seek evaluation and counseling.