When a test returns with an indeterminate result with-in the recommended window period, it is usually due to the presence of non-specific antibodies or incorrect administration of the test at the lab.
The best course of action in such situation is to repeat the test. Your risk was low, odds are in your favour, get tested again and move on from this event.
Are you saying you got a AB/AG test result that was deemed inconclusive? Did you take it at the right time (not too early?)? If that is the case, they will retest you. It likely means there was a problem with the sample that they tested from you. However, because it can also mean a weak positive, you will need to follow the instructions of when to test again.
These things sometimes happen. I had an inconclusive test a couple of years back. Had to retest and it was negative.
What do u mean by inconclusive the resut is either reactive, non-reactive or borderline what is the value indicated in your test result and when did u get yourself tested within 6weeks from last exposure or before it.