Any concerns, especially about possible side effects should be immediately reported to prescribing physician without hesitation. Sweating and dizziness can be side effects of the medication as is anxiety. Of course physical stressors such as low blood sugar and lack of sleep can set off panic attacks. I am not a physician but am quite informed on psychotropic medications. It is hard to discern what the causes of the symptoms are: side effects or the condition being treated for. That being the case I would recommend that you call the prescribing physician who may want her to come in to evaluate the causes of the symptoms yo have described. The one especially serious side effect that I as a parent would observe for is suicidal ideation (that warning comes with packet insert as a risk factor for children and teens. Remember panic attacks in general are like roller coaster rides-scary but not dangerous. The afflicted party, in this case your daughter, is looking outside herself for strength and reassurance so it is necessary to remain calm and cerebral. I hope this information was of use to you and I wish you the best! I am leaving two links on panic attacks and OCD:
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