Cellular networks are heavily regulated all over the world. Part of these regulations is that there's no amount of power radiated in any inhabitable direction that would pose a risk to the health of any human being.
Yes, there are ways to measure the transmit power, but you'd need to measure that in the antenna cable (and there's no way they'd let you do that). You can measure the field strength at the point where you stand, and that's probably more useful for you.
However, two things:
- It's already guaranteed by the fact that the antenna is where it is that it's aligned and powered in a way that makes sure no harm will be done, and someone with a very expensive measurement device measured that after setting up the antenna, anyway.
- Such measurements require very expensive equipment, a lot of know-how and the chance to measure all relevant usage scenarios: A base station with only a few handsets that are very close will only transmit a tiny fraction of the power it would transmit if it had hundreds of handsets very far away. The power and the direction of base stations are adaptable, and you have no influence whatsoever on that.
So, for me, as a studied electrical engineer: I wouldn't worry.
I answered another question on electronics.SE a couple hours back, and there, someone had dug up a magic, passive "ring" of some simple diodes that the seller claims would be able to detect GSM signals – which is total nonsense, as a single cell phone would under almost no circumstances transmit enough power to light up an LED – that'd be illegal, and also, stupid, because the battery would be empty within minutes. Don't believe people that try to sell you fear about radio waves. Yes, you can cook meals and kill animals with microwave radiation, but for all we know and can scientifically prove (and we've been doing the GSM "experiment" on about 3 to 6 Billion people for about 25 years now) it's not harmful. If you need to worry about something invisible, worry about structural damages to your building. You are very much more likely to die in a building collapse than of cell tower microwave irradiation.