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no, you should not be allergic to sertraline.
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yes, I am sure.
what happens when you take acetaminophen?
sertraline should not cause this same reaction.
why do you need to take sertraline?
or anxiety symptoms?
glycerin is very inert and would not cause allergic reactions.
don't let your anxiety get out of control.
you need the sertraline to help your anxiety and depression symptoms.
you should not have allergy to it.
it can take 4-6 weeks sertraline to start to work .
so you have to stick with it.
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