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Negative western blot definitive at 4 months?

I had sex with a girl in which I knew little about and the condom broke. I went 10 days after and got tested for all STD's and it was all negative. However I went back at 4 months and got retested for syphillis and HIV and it came back ELISA low positive/indeterminate western blot negative. The clinic retested me a week later and got the same result and have assured me I'm negative. I did have symptoms of a rash on my testicles and sore lymph nodes in my neck and a sore throat for about 3 months as well. So are those western blots at 4 and 4 1/2 months conclusively negative or could I be seroconverting early or showing symptoms after a quick asymptomatic phase. I have just went and got tested using an anti HIV 1 and 2 test. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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You are conclusively negative
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Thanks for your rapid response
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