Hey! You are not alone. I first began my panic attacks when I got pregnant with my son in 2007. I never knew what a panic attack was until year 2007. I had them every day and all day. I always thought I was going to die and I even feared dieing during labor. Everyday felt like a nightmare and it was so hard because it was so new to me and I had to deal with it. I never took any medicine because I was pregnant but I know there are people who do take medicines while pregnant that should not cause harm to the fetus. Well day by day suffering, I done much research on anxiety and I was able to cope better. My husband and I are very close so I was with him everyday and when I felt bad I told him and he would try to comfort me. When I look back now, I wish I was not so scared so I could enjoy my pregnancy better. The best advice would be to do things that make you happy, be around people you love and who love you, steer clear from negative people or negative relatives(they may upset you, I know I had one that did) Watch movies or tv shows you like and enjoy, take plenty of pictures of you and your family and you and your belly, keep yourself busy. Think positive thoughts, you will be fine and you will make it through each day just deep breaths and kick your heels up and relax. Your pregnancy will go well. Have someone to hold your hand or give you a good massage. I understand how you feel, I felt bad up until my pregnancy and then labor and everything went very well. I wish now I wasn't so upset. I dont know how I made it, I just had to go through all the scary anxiety on my own, I think that if I were to get pregnant now, I would not be so upset but I don't know. I do know that the pregnancy hormones can do wonders to how we feel.