Our expert says:
to be honest I don't think the person who did the tests really knew how to do this. It also sounds as if the kits could have been outdated. If you never had sexual exposure it is highly unlikely that you will be HIV positive. The blood tests do not take that long - rather just wait for them to come back. Remember that there can be false positive and false negative tests, but usually they confirm with 2 methods and will do a PCR if necessary. Use condoms in the mean time if you plan to have sex ( it is a good idea anyway to protect you against other STD's like Herpes genitalis, syphylis, genital warts)
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