Cormilo, it probably won't cause you any issues. I've had all of my shots (even Hep B - *before* I found out that my personal chances for contracting Hep B was *very small* and even if I did, it would most likely not turn chronic - I literally risked more by taking the vaccine!!). It was an important object lesson to me, as when I was a teenager I was still very naive. It was voluntary at the time and my parents just let me make the decision for myself. Anyways, yes, I've had my shots, and so far, I'm fine, so you probably will be, too.
In the future, though, I would suggest that the next time anyone - even your doctor - suggests that your body gets injected by alien elements (such as a vaccine shot), you research it *for yourself* before accepting. Don't follow along with the crowd. Just tell your doctor to give you a week to think about it, and then ask the doctor for information (not judgments - just *information*). Use that week to do a lot of reading. Look up the VAERS, and the statistics and information for risks vs. benefits, and get a list of the ingredients in the vaccine and learn about *them*. Also, read about the diseases and find out the true numbers (historically and present day) to adverse events and complications with them, Go to good sources. Don't believe everything just because the CDC tells you to (although *yes* do look up what CDC says!). Get it *verified* by multiple sources. Also, if you can, you can try and read the studies for yourself, keeping in mind who is *funding* those studies. Then, use your own judgment.