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Confused to determine HIV

Dear doctor i am samy 28 years old marriad man and father of my 2 little sons my question is that i dont have any sex contacts around 6 years and i have test hiv many times during this 6 years but all was negative suddenly last year i was donating blood to my friend and the doctor come told me you hiv positive i said how because i have test many time around this 5 years all was negative and i didnt have any sexual contact during this five years no sympton at all even my wife and sons doctor said i dont know so after i 2 test in a private clinic 1 rapid test and 2 each blood cell test but all come back negative. and after six months agian i test negative. so i dont know that i am positive or negative please help
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jan 2010
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The confirmative test is teh ELISA test and teh PCR test. If you test positive in these tests, then you are infected with HIV, if not then not. So if in doubt, speak to your doctor an dask for these confirmative tests.

Answered: Wed, 20 Jan 2010
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