Can antibiotics cause bloating?

Yes. High doses or long courses of antibiotics can cause a disruption in the amount and balance of the bacteria in your digestive track and cause bloating. Probiotics or yogurt can be taken to help with these symptoms .
Yes. Long courses of antibiotics can disrupt the normal bacterial load in the intestines which can eventually lead to some bloating. This is common in many patients. It's important to take probiotics which can help stabilize this symptom. Have your provider examine you and determine if you should have your antibiotics reduced or changed. Keep in mind there are many other causes of bloating.