As you have already learned, the determine test, which is a rapid test, if positive requires confirmation. Confirmation of a positive Unigold test is also required. In your case, however, this test was negative.
The ELISA test, when negative (as is the case with you) usually does NOT require confirmation as the chance of an incorrect result, especially at 3 months post exposure, is unlikely.
Given what you have posted, it is unlikely that you are infected wtih HIV. If you are still concerned, you can have a PCR test, which looks for the actual RNA of the HIV virus or HIV DNA that forms after white blood cells have been infected.
Usually testing is often done at 6 weeks, 3 months, and 6 months after exposure to learn if a person is infected with HIV.
Here is a good site that discusses HIV testing
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