Prescription medication is intended to produce a positive reaction in a patient. When the reaction turns negative, it can signal a medication allergy.
Symptoms of an allergy to a medication include:
If you experience any of these symptoms, stop taking the medication and contact your doctor immediately. You may need medication to counter the effects of the medication you have taken. Have someone keep you company for 24 hours after an allergic reaction to a medication, in case symptoms recur. It is possible to symptoms until the medication has left your system.
To prevent future reactions: