Last week I received the following results from my HIV antibodies tests:
ELISA: weakly reactive
Western block: nonreactive (no bands)
My doctor was concerned, and so she recommended the HIV DNA test. Well, today I was contacted by my doc, and she told me my HIV DNA test results were negative.
Okay, sigh of relief.
My doctor, however, is still concerned with my ELISA test results, and has referred me to state health. They will soon be contacting me, but I am still unclear as to why. My doc couldn't really give me an answer.
So, 2 questions:
1. What will the health department's procedure be? I mean, I have insurance--couldn't I just visit a regular doc?
2. Should I still be concerned about the ELISA result, or my HIV status?