|indeterminate western blot
Sep 7, 2007
I was poked by a dental instrument recently and went and had a western blot done. My results came back indeterminate. I am married 5 years, both us only with each other in that time frame. I have never been a drug user. They did not do an ELISA on me. Please help me understand what this means? I am very concerned and very stressed about it all. I have not slept in days waiting for an RNA/DNA result. I need peace of mind before my results come back.. Please help me
Response from Dr. Frascino
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