Our expert says:
A non reactive test is a negative test. And the confirming test was also negative, so you don't have HIV.
They always do 2 tests - a Elisa and a Western blot, as one gets false positive Elisa's now and then. So in your case your first Elisa may have been positive, but on retest and with Westernblot it was negative ( i.e. false positive Elisa first time)
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