Welcome to the Forum. I have no doubt that your positive ELISA for HIV has made your life tumultuous. Here in the U.S. we do not distinguish between "weak positive" ELISAs in the same way that we do for tests such as herpes. Rather, a positive test (any positive test) is then tested using a different test- sometimes a Western blot, other times using another test such a rapid test which tests for different viral proteins than the ELISA. The second test should be done on the same blood specimen as the first test taken. Thus I am a bit surprised at several things:
1. That the Western blot will take 2 weeks
2. That more blood was requested to do a Western blot
3. That the distinction was made regarding a "weak positive".
In my opinion, you need additional testing. If you have HIV, the odds that you got it through oral sex or protected vaginal sex would be very, very low and it would likely reflect infection that was there before. You should be able to have another test performed which looks for different HIV proteins. Does your doctor regularly deal with HIV and HIV testing? If not, perhaps he would be willing to either offer clarification or to send you for a second test or second opinion.
Hope this helps. EWH
I have a Western Blot pending but will take 2 weeks for the result. I am trying to convince myself that it is a false positive and that the 1.20 is quite a weak result so hopefully wouldn't definitely indicate HIV.