The point is "seeing a doctor" is meaningless because there is no treatment. The only thing you end up with is a medical bill. Up to $1,000 in an ER. The only reason top consult a physician would be to treat a respiratory disorder, which would unlikely, but be immediate and transient. There is an insignificant chance of organ and bladder damage.
I contacted the Poison Control Center, and I got conflicting responses. Some said my Toluene exposure was minor and shouldn't have manifested in symptoms lasting weeks.
Others said my Toluene exposure was serious and that I should see a doctor.
I do have mild chills still, esp. when standing up. I also wake up in the morning feeling like I wet myself or urinated in my sleep. My undershorts are wet this morning and my bladder always feel very full. Is this a sign of kidney damage?
It means a question to which there is no possible answer.
"how many angels are on the head of a pin" - what does that mean?
That is a "how many angels are on the head of a pin" question. That being said, the answer is probably not.