It is difficult to understand the true source of your experiences. I agree with you. I do not think you are having panic attacks. It may be paranoia. You become very frightened and hide because you fear danger. Paranoia would be consistent with a history of schizophrenia. The classic symptoms of schizophrenia are beliefs that have no basis in reality.
I also do not believe that what you have described are tactile hallucinations. Examples of tactile hallucinations would be feeling that bugs were crawling under your skin or believing that you were touched. The standard definition of a hallucination is to perceive something that does not exist. That general definition seems to match your experience.
With regard to the déjà vu experience, it is also difficult to categorize as a particular type of hallucination. Déjà vu is the feeling that you have experienced or witnessed a particular situation previously. That general description is not consistent with tactile hallucinations. The experience of déjà vu has significance in the field of neurology. Some research has shown that déjà vu experiences are associated with temporal lobe epilepsy.
There is one other noteworthy aspect of your question. You are taking Adderall. Adderall is a stimulant drug. You believe that it is helping you but if you are experiencing a relapse of schizophrenia it is possible Adderall is contributing to your symptoms.
My recommendation is that you should be evaluated by a physician, preferably a psychiatrist. He or she could determine if Adderall is the right medication for you. He or she may also be able to verify whether you are having a psychotic episode.
You may also want to consider seeing a neurologist (preferably not the same one as before). He or she may have insight into why you may be experiencing feelings of déjà vu. I’m not certain why your former neurologist advised you to stop taking your psychiatric medication. It’s generally not recommended that an individual with schizophrenia stop taking medicine. That doesn’t mean that his recommendation was incorrect but it is unusual. Lastly, you stated that you are currently in treatment with a therapist. That’s very good. He or she may be able to refer you to a psychiatrist or a neurologist.
I am sorry that I was unable to give you definitive answers. I hope you’re able to find the help that you need. Thanks for your question.