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... I've been married and with the same partner 6 years. I have been 100% monogamous. I donate blood and have a ny blood center donor card. My last donation was July 2012. We decided to start planning a family and I wasn't getting pregnant so I visited a fertility specialist. Before we could start treatment we both had to undergo thorough testing for multiple things - HIV... (1 replies)
... Do you know whether the ELISA was considered a "weak positive? ... (8 replies)
... bodies that are against a different combination of proteins, their results are usually considered to be indeterminate. The exact algorithm for declaring a result indeterminate varies for each specific Western blot test. ... (4 replies)

... ral sex about 5 weeks ago. Unrelated to the oral sex I developed thrush, but because I'm only 25 and otherwise healthy my doctor wanted to run an HIV test. The Elisa came back positive and the western blot came back indeterminate. ... (5 replies)
... a simple bug could create it or its just the test. Personally i would have had another antibody test done at that time. The p24 is often a false reading. To be positive on a WB you would required and least 5 values to be positive, hence why you were not. Even a rapid test will be fine. ... (1 replies)
... all Western Blot test was "indeterminate" My dr ordered an RNA test and those results should come back within a week but wasn't able to tell me much about false positive possibilities or even what it means when only one anti body is detected. ... (9 replies)
... You're the one that has to live with a positive ELISA and a one band WB then 3 weeks later a 2 band WB. ... (8 replies)
... ee distinct lines or bands to be confirmed HIV positive. The proteins that your body has antibody's too that are associated with HIV are what's used to confirm a positive ELISA. Your antibody's may have had a reaction to these proteins due to a different reason other than HIV. ... (8 replies)
... I had a slight risk of hiv infection when i slept with a questionable guy. i got tested about a month and a half after and i had a reactive elisa test. so i got the western blot test done and it came back indeterminate with i believe one antibody on it. ... (8 replies)
... Hi there, There are detailed answers to your questions just above you in the sticky section (second one down). Regards Kevin. (14 replies)
... is the Indeterminate western blot the same as a regular hiv antibody test ? ... (14 replies)
... ve and Indeterminate western blot. ... (14 replies)
... would have been in full effect of showing that diagnosis by now and that more than one equivocal band would have come up by now, but, having said that, I got an ELISA test today and tomorrow am going to get an OraQuick rapid once more just to ease the nerves in the meantime. ... (8 replies)
... I myself would ask the doctor to order both an ELISA and a PCR. ... (8 replies)
... I'm trying to understand...Did you get a Western Blot without doing the ELISA first? ... (8 replies)
... I decided I needed a firmer answer and got a Western Blot as I read this was advised for people with a reactive ELISA. ... (8 replies)
... So I'm thinling that you may have resieved the wrong information and posably the ELISA may have been indeterminate . ... (4 replies)
Western blot
Sep 22, 2003
... I read that Western blot done in people with only 6 to 7 weeks into the window period can provide a false positive or indeterminate. Is this true? ... (5 replies)
... I was tested for STDs and HIV as a routine check up. Everything came back negative except the HIV test which was indeterminate. Elisa was positive and Western blot indeterminate. ... (14 replies)
... was a false positive, and the WB would be considered positive with 3 bands. You must have had one or two bands, and therefore it was "inconclusive." That's not something to worry about. ... (9 replies)


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