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Indeterminate Hiv Result P42 Non Viral Band

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HIV 1 Indeterminate results...p24 viral band observed

Dr. BobI recently got bloodwork done because I had a rash that turned out to be high levels of the B19 Parvovirus. At the same time, I decided to get my annual STD check. The results for HIV-1 AB WESTERN BLOT came up Indeterminate and p24 viral...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

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Hi,An indeterminate WB without an initial repeatedly reactive ELISA is impossible to interpret. Either there was a laboratory error in not running your ELISA or your doctor improperly ordered the test. Either way I would suggest you get reevaluated... Read more »

Indeterminate result HIV test 13 weeks pregnant (PREGNANCY AND INDETERMINATE HIV TEST, 2011)

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Indeterminate result

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Rick, In Nov of 1994 during a routine exam I had a
'Indeterminate' result on the ELISA and Western Blot. A follow up
PCR test showed a 'negative' result. Since then I have had ELISA
and Western Blot tests annually. The ELISA went negative within 6
mo... Read more »

INDETERMINATE TEST RESULT

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
If anyone one has any information on this please respond. I took an HIV test 2 weeks ago tested positive on the ELISA the confirmatory test was done with a WESTERN BLOT which came back indeterminate with the P24 band showing. My doctor said I need... Read more »

Need Help: WB indeterminate, Oraquick Negative

Posted by mbz
Recently my girlfriend had an HIV test done as a full body check up. When the labs came back they said the something was picked up in the 1st test so a 2nd test (western Blot) showed a p24 band only. Giving her indeterminate results. Her and I have... Read more »

Indeterminate west blot

Posted by Cliff, 1 Reply
My wife and I just started an IVF cycle in feb of this year. We were both tested for stds and hiv and both tested negative. The first live ivf cycle failed and in April we transferred two of our frozen. The embryos are ours (my sperm, her eggs).

We... Read more »