Who are you seeing at the Cleveland Clinic (in Ohio or Florida)?
Prostatitis is their catch-all diagnosis. Non-bacterial prostatitis has universally been rejected in favor of Urological Chronic Pelvic Pain because the prostate really isn't involved. My vasectomist gave me the prostatitis diagnosis because it couldn't possibly have been related to the vasectomy, could it?
It's been 11-1/2 years since my vasectomy. I've had 3 bouts of pain that have taken up 2 of those 11-1/2 years. I'm currently having my 3rd flare up, though I'm not sure if it's nerve pain remnants from the vasectomy or a new problem with the pudendal nerve from bicycling. Hard to tell.
If you're in FL, I'd definitely see Dr. P. He trained under the uro at the Cleveland Clinic who did my reversal. I've spoken with Dr. P. Great guy. I like that he does denervation and reversal surgeries. Most urological surgeons do one or the other, so you run the risk of "if my only tool is a hammer, your problem must be a nail." I think Dr. P. will be objective.
My bias is toward reversal. I think vasectomy does a lot of unforeseen damage I wish I had considered pre-vasectomy. Had I been fully educated, I wouldn't have done it.
But, if Dr. P. doesn't think you're congested or leaking but have nerve pain, reversal likely won't help and could make things worse by further aggravating damaged nerves.
Best wishes. Keep us posted on a separate thread.