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Panic Attacks (cont.)

Follow-up

After a person is diagnosed with panic attack, he or she will be given follow-up instructions depending on the entire picture of the illness obtained by the evaluating doctor. Most people are referred for immediate follow-up. Others may be given instructions that follow-up is not needed unless the symptoms return.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/10/2014

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