Thank you for your question.
I would like to caution you about using Levaquin for these symptoms as Levaquin is for pneumonia and some other bacterial infections. Also, antibiotics are not indicated for viral illnesses which is what this sounds like. You may have just gotten better while on the antibiotic, but not 'due to the antibiotic' and may have some other underlying illness.
You need to be checked for mononucleosis, strep throat, and have the RAST test for allergies. You did not mention if you smoked, in which case a chest xray would be appropriate.
Therefore, my advice is to get in to be seen by someone. I realize this is New Year's Day, but there are Urgent Care facilities and Emergency Departments open.
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I don't recall telling you not to do anything. You did not mention you were already seeing an allergist.
I did suggest testing for Mono which covers all the symptoms you mentioned and strep throat. Both of these would be treatable and something you need to know if you are working in a day care center. Because it is New Year's Day and you were symptomatic, I suggested an Urgent Care or ER as no doctor is open.
If you were hoping for a prescription, we are not allowed to do that on this site. I can easily opt out if you want another expert.
Just so you are aware, digestive symptoms are not consistent with mono until the liver actually gets inflamed which doesn't happen in most cases. Tonsillitis is fairly frequently misdiagnosed as a bacterial infection when it is actually mono and the doctor did not test for mono because he/she saw patches. But a sore throat, cough and feeling rundown are much more frequent signs and symptoms. Because you are exposed to kids, you are at much higher risk.
Thanks for the accept and I hope you don't get worse over the weekend.