Then I suggest you find the proper place to get tested.
The lab only did an ELISA test (3rd & 4th gen) they said they no longer use the western blot as confirmation cause their tests are so accurate. The blood bank said their tests are sometimes overly sensitive and can produce a false positive. What doesn't make sense is that I tested last friday and the results were negative, the doctor even showed me that thing the blood was tested in and the was only one line (meaning HIV-) and she said I need to stop worrying since I was negative last year and haven't been active for a year then my results are pretty accurate, what don't understand is where the hell did that other lab get those cd4 figures and that doctor wanted to put me on meds and I refused cause I just found the whole thing strange.
Did you have the positive test confirmed?
Hi, sorry meant to say: the second doctor says there's no way I can produce a false negative after 4 years. I'm more inclined to believe the second doctor, because being infected makes no sense at all when I haven't been at risk.
NO. You need to retest and have a confirmative test done.