Ask a Neurologist. Get Answers to Your Neurology Questions.
What is your question regarding panic attack?
What thoughts are you having? What symptoms? What treatment have you tried?
Panic attacks can be frightening and significantly affect your quality of life.
Are these attacks happening frequently? When did you last have these symptoms? Are you on therapy also?
Since when are you taking klonopin?
What you are having is indeed severe symptoms which are not being controlled by the klonopin. You have to get back to your doctor who can prescribe medications such as an SSRI antidepressant which needs to be taken daily and which will reduce the frequency and intensity of the panic attack. Also klonopin should not be taken for more than a few weeks and should only be taken occasionally. Daily intake of klonopin is not recommended. Regarding therapy I would suggest that you consult a therapist who is experienced in Acceptance And Commitment therapy (ACT) since this will be beneficial in your case.
Presently if the symptoms are severe and are the worse one then I would recommend going to an ER or an urgent care center. You also need to do daily mindfulness meditations such as the one linked below. You may also do this meditation now:
Also you may hear the below linked talk by the founder of ACT therapy who himself suffered from panic attacks:
Please rate the answer with a positive rating by clicking 5 stars.