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Test came back indeterminate?(plz)

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Apollo089:
Yeah they re-did it.
1.Why did it come out indetermminate
2.If the virus was on the lancet how long could it have lived
3.Please answer these two questions for me.Then ill live you along.Thanks i know im a little crazy,but never hurts to be safe.

Apollo089:
Also this is 1 and a half mark.How good will it be

DingoBoi:
tests can come out indeterminate for a number of reasons.

when I had my test done, they ran it 9 times..... 8 positive and 1 indeterminate.... it was ran 9 times because of the first one being positive.... test enough times and by random occurance it will come up indeterminate.... whether you are pos or negative.... it's a statistically anomally, that is corrected by doing multiple tests

Indeterminate is not indicative of EITHER a positive or negative result... it just means the test didn't come to a conclusion.

however, none of this means anything for you since you can't be infected by a lancet... they self retract after use and cannot be used again.



Apollo089:
Thanks.When they re-act does another pop out and takes a place if so i dont remember her throwing away the lancet when she drew blood from my other finger.Maybe it wasnt a lancet.

DingoBoi:
i'll make this short and simple and type in all caps

YOU DON'T EVER GET INFECTED BY TAKING AN HIV TEST.

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