Wouldn't worry about it. I remember I had a blood test in med school with low hemoglobin. Classmate didn't really help when he started freaking me out saying I should get tested for thalessemia. Then I had a headache and was convinced I had a brain tumor.
We all have our fine moments. You soon get over it. You know when someone is sick. Hunches are usually quite accurate. I had a guy I sent up to ICU just two days ago. Didn't really fit the criteria but he was just off, repeating the same words again and again making no sense at all. The nurses let him go off for a good 30 min before informing me, doing any observations or blood sugar levels. I suppose it's a form of complex partial seizure that we induced introducing a new drug. Called the MET and they agreed with the diagnosis even though it was just a hunch on my part and they couldn't prove or disprove anything. Just as an aside - I know there are good nurses around, but if I said to call a MET, they should have brought in the crash cart instead of having me go physcially get it in there, put the leads on and having to do all the things they should be doing. I had already told them what to do, there were 3 of them and it was still faster to get it done myself. I really wouldn't want to get sick in a public hospital. Granted the management wouldn't have changed because he was having myoclonic jerks in his limbs and I couldn't get anyone strong enough to hold him down to put in a cannula and shoot him up with valium until the MET came, but that is not good patient care.