Call your pharmacist if you can't get hold of your doctor. If you Google the meds you will find a list of their side effects on several sites, including the manufacturer's website. Your doctor should also have an emergency referral service. My advice is, when doctors or dentists get to the point in their careers where they're only working a couple days a week, whether it's because they're getting toward retirement or have started working somewhere else too because they're bored, it's time to start looking for a new doctor. A great doctor who is not available is a good reference but not great for regular care. Also, psychiatrists, if you're using a general doc, are generally better at knowing about side effects of meds used for mental illness than regular docs are -- it's what they have to learn to become psychiatrists.
Hello, please see your doctor for this as soon as possible and the emergency room is always an option if it worsens. We're concerned about your well being and want you to be safe. Best of health to you.