Botched seam repair
I had a seam come loos on my Brig PVC inflatable RIB. I used proper PVC repair glue to fix it. However, I stupidly forgot to deflate that chamber before doing the repair! The fix didn't totally take as there was a small leak and air bubbles under the seam where air separated the seam piece from gluing to the rest of the tube. I have since glued again along the seam - this time with the chamber deflated - and it appears to be holding. However, I'm sketched out by the air bubbles under the seam piece where it didn't glue. I'm afraid one day the whole seam might give out because of this.
If it is holding air, should I do anything at this point? If so, what? Or should I just wait it out? I thought of putting a patch over it, but that seems tricky because I don't know how well it seal over the crease of the seam. I also thought of using a medical syringe to carefully inject glue in between the seam piece and the rest of the inflatable. Of course, that would create a small hole in the seam piece.
So, what do you think I should do?: