Go ahead and make that doctor appointment, because it's always appropriate to ask for a checkup when we have questions about our health.
My understanding is that symptoms of Vitamin A toxicity start showing up after a long time of taking in more than 25,000 IU per day, and in cases where the liver is not functioning well. I understand that the symptoms should start to subside when Vitamin A is reduced.
If you are eating lots of colored fruits and veggies, you are getting lots of the carotinoids that the body can convert into Vitamin A. These do not appear to have a toxic effect when consumed in large amounts, although if your skin turns yellow, it's a sure sign that it's time to cut back!
It seems to me that it would be a good idea to cut back on the animal-based foods that are high in Vitamin A for a while, as this is the form that can cause the most problems in high doses.
When you do get in to see a doctor, you can have liver tests as well as whatever tests they give you for Vitamin A levels.
Another thought is that you might want to pay a visit to a nutritionist to see if they can evaluate your diet for a balance of nutrients.