Does being allergic to one type of Quinolone antibiotic means allergic to all Quinolone antibiotics?
Yes, possibility of cross allergy is common in antibiotics.
I have reviewed your query and here is my advice.
Yes, it is quite possible that you are having allergy so levofloxacin (levoquin).
Cross allergy is common in antibiotics. So if you are allergic to one particular antibiotic, you are likely to have allergy with other antibiotics of same group like quinolones in your case.
So your current symptoms are due to quinolone allergy.
Better not to take quinolone group of antibiotic in future.
Take benadryl and do cold compression. You will definitely improve in 1-2 days.
Hope I have answered your query.
Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar
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