Hi doctor I just have question 14 weeks from elisa test antibody hiv-1and hiv2 was negative is that conclusive and I tested also oraquick came up negative as well. Do I need further testing?
Both are conclusive. Since the ELISA included HIV2 as well as HIV1, it is a "third generation" antibody test. Those tests are virtually 100% conclusive by 6-8 weeks after exposure. (No need to wait 3 months; that's old news.) The Oraquick oral fluids test is conclusive by 3 months. Therefore, your tests are definitive and prove you don't have HIV, assuming no more recent exposures. You don't need any more tests.