Well, you should always be concerned when something like that happens. It could be something else that is looking to get into your blood stream. Something contagious or something you may be allergic to. Who knows?
While Jontay is right about the virus not being able to survive outside of the host's body, if you can, grab the needle and go and seek immediate medical help, if fo9r nothing more than to at least get a tetanus shot. If you were able to safely bring the needle with you, give it to the doctor who sees you, at the hospital.
Edited by Candy Vance Urban Lgnds. (05/14/11 02:52 AM)