There just are none. However, the curious thing about side-effects is that if you don't get them, they haven't happened! not unlike the statistics for anything you can think of, it is only if you experience them do they hold true. For examly, if a cancer
is 98% curable, that means 2% don't survive. If a cancer is 98% fatal, and you are the 2% cured, that is what counts. There are a number of very good medications for anxiety
) is a good one generally for intermittent use as needed. If the symptoms are constant, then another regularly used agent may be better. In the meanwhile, I am uncertain what side-effect you are most concerned with about using the medication prescribed. But one suggestion would be to talk with the prescribing doctor about your concerns and perhaps even asking if you can stay in the doctor's waiting room for a few hours after you have taken it to be reassured that should anything serious arise, the doctor and staff are right there. One side-effect for sure to be aware of is sedation. So if you start on the medication, you may want a driver available should you become excessively drowsy. With use, this symptom gradually diminishes, or another agent can be used instead should it be a problem. It is important to also note that other forms of treatment can be helpful as well such as cognitive behavioral therapy
therapy, and don't forget the value of exercise
on a regular basis to help with symptoms as well. Do discuss the difficulty directly with your doctor as an answer does exist for the problem you are having.