If your test was indeterminate, then I agree with it being re-checked.
If it remains indeterminate and the western blot is negative, then I would not worry.
If you had recently been infected, then an indeterminate test could be the result, before it turns positive- but generally an ELISA is positive within a couple weeks to a month of infection. In some it takes up to 3 months to be positive.
An indeterminate test would be from any number of other infections-or autoimmune disorders.
As far as HIV goes, the only way to know is to be retested. You may want to also consider having an HIV PCR done- as it may also be more accurate in recent/ early infection.
Always ask if you need clarification/more information.
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