If I took penicillin once and didn't get Steven Johnson syndrome could I take again m not get that or s reaction?

See below . Stevens-Johnson syndrome is a "rare" and "unpredictable" reaction. An adverse drug reaction is often the cause, with antibiotics, especially sulfa drugs, being one of the classes of medications that can cause this reaction. It has been reported with penicillin (PCN). PCN allergy is often an acquired allergy, occurring after prior exposure(s) that was not associated with any adverse reaction(s). .