Even if I know exactly what you need to do, I couldn't tell you. It is illegal for me to advise you (by phone or in person) on anything medical. If someone called the ER asking for advice about the 6-foot metal rod embedded in his skull, I couldn't even say, "Dear God! Get in here at once!" Instead, I would have to say, "I'm sorry, but, legally, I cannot advise you on medical matters. If you think you're having a medical emergency, you can certainly come in. We're here."
One time, a patient came in after having "accidentally" swallowed half a bottle of Ibuprofen. Here is, essentially, what I had to tell him. "You're welcome to sign in if you would like, and we'll see you. You can sit here and wait to see how you feel, and then sign in if you feel ill and we'll see you. You can decide to come back later if you would like to wait at home, then come back and we'll see you. However, legally, we can't advise you one way or another."