I think you'll be fine, although I would have waited longer. You don't mention what the gravity was prior to allowing your beer to warm up. That should be your key -- you want the gravity to be stable for a 3 day period. Keep in mind that a lager is going to take longer to ferment than an ale, due to the lower fermentation temperatures.
Brody's Brew House
Primary: Scottish Strong Ale
Seconary: Don't use one, generally
Kegged: Sweet Potato Saison
In the fridge: Czechvar, New Belgium sampler
Planned: Either a Porter or an AIPA. Possibly a RIS.
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