Welcome to PS, Jaimebeth
I know what you must be going through and yes, it does get better. Good that you're under Drs. care. Your increase dosage may be what is needed to stabilize your condition. If possible, ask your Dr. to refer you to a licensed therapist/Psychologist for therapy as meds+therapy should work hand-in-hand. Anxiety manifests itself in many ways and therapy helps to get to the root of your issue(s). There's hard work involved with therapy, but it helps to bring some peace to know where your anxiety stems from. You'll be able to learn ways to combat symptoms of anxiety including panic.
I've found that support of family and friends is very important. Please don't feel alone as there are many here that have and are experiencing what you are. Support from others, including fellow survivors, in the form of a forum such as this can help you along. Sharing what you're going through in the form of posting and blogging and reading how others handle their anxiety are tools in itself. The advice that others give is invaluable.
For now, take deep breaths and let out slowly. Keep your mind occupied and learn relaxation methods. Exercise if possible. Even a walk in the garden, or sipping iced water can help. Stay away from all stimulants including caffeine, nicotine, alcohol and recreational drugs. Relax, the panic will come, but you can prepare yourself to battle it if you have the proper tools. A great tool can include watching a relaxation video on youtube. They are numerous and extremely helpful.
Most of all, remember that you're not alone in this. Start blogging and get the support and advice needed. We care . . . hugs