first, the CBC is fine. nothing there.
you do not have hepatits B, which is considered an STD.
you do not have syphilis (VDRL)
your urinalysis is fine.
regarding the HIV screen, this is complicated. You have an intermediate result, but it is SO low in the intermediate range that it essentially means nothing. The reason is that this screening test is interpreted in the light of your risk factors.
heterosexual intercourse is low risk for HIV transmission.
So this makes the test less relevant, as, if you were in a high risk population (drug injection user for instance) we would worry a bit more about this and do follow up testing.
As the test result states at the bottom, a POSITIVE result is followed with a Western Blot test (RT_PCR). Yours is NOT positive and you are in a low risk population.
So, for the moment I think you can put the worry about HIV out of your mind. I think checking with your physician when you are able would be a good idea. They might want to do the Western Blot test to prove to YOU that you do not have HIV.
Unfortunately there are antibodies that have nothing to do with HIV infection that can cause a 'gray zone' result on this screening test. But, again, your result is so BARELY in the gray zone that I if it were me, based on your risk factors and lack of symptoms I would not do a follow up test. This is your choice, but your chances of having HIV are minuscule... nearly zero, but not quite zero.
You do not have anything else on these results to indicate any problems at all.
Be well, and try not to worry about this.