I submitted a paper for publication several days ago. This was a resubmission after I had responded to the critique from the reviewers for my first draft. However, while I was looking at my data again, I saw that there was a section where my data points increased between phases, but I had written that they decreased. What's more, I had qualified why it made sense for the values to decrease, according to literature, so it's possible that the data I acquired was flawed. The reviewers had not marked this, and I had missed it upon reading through everything.
Apart from this, there is a missing comma and a missing word at another spot in the paper.
What I'm wondering is, is this a common occurence? And would it harm my credibility as an author/chances of getting published?