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Indeterminate HIV Test
Jan 13, 2002

What does it mean when your test is indeterminate for the Elisa test and then also have an indeterminate Western Blot test? It was 5 weeks when I took the HIV tests.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Indeterminate means that the tests cannot be officially called positive or negative. Further testing and followup is warranted in 4-8 weeks.


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