Hi, They should be able to prescibe something for her to assist with the anxiety/panic. If they have or will not, she may want to call her regular physician to call in a prescription for her until she gets home.
I am assuming this is not a new symptom and her physician should know her well enough to know what to prescribe. Most physicians have ansering services and on call practitioners to assist with this.
Bear in mind, that a panic attack and anxiety, if that is all it is, will subside after a few minutes if untreated, and is not life threatening. If she has psychosis as well, this may need to be addressed again through the ED with an insistance on admission to the psychiatric unit until stable. Hopw this helsp. Gina
Hi, Your local ED may be able to assist you in identifying how she should be taking her medications. Some will answer this over the phone, but with others you may have to take her in along with the medications. If she gets worse, take her back there, and insist on an admission. Most hospitals have counselors or psychiatrists on call 24 hours. Since, she believes it is a side effect of the fibromyalgia, hopefully she has handled this in the past and knows what to do now.
Hope this helps. Gina