By Jodi A. BowersUpdated January 25, 2018 05:16:00The health department’s online test for HIV is often confused with the blood test.
But there are some differences, and the answer depends on which part of the test you use.
The test you need to know if you are infectedWith the blood tests, a positive result is not a definitive diagnosis.
It is the result of a series of tests that are not normally performed.
The results are not used to determine whether to prescribe antiviral drugs or take a drug called antiretroviral therapy (ART).
However, the results of these tests may indicate that you may be infected with HIV.
For example, a negative result could indicate that your virus is not spreading or that you are not at risk of getting the virus.
A negative result does not mean that you should stop taking antireviral drugs.
However, it can give you a strong indication that you might be at risk for developing HIV.
When the blood and test are confusedIf you use both, a blood test is not considered conclusive unless the results indicate that a positive test result was not caused by HIV infection.
For that reason, blood tests are more often used when there is a higher chance that you will get the virus from a blood sample.
Blood tests for HIV include:The test used to test for the virusHIV test results may be displayed on the internet or in a book or magazine.
The test itself is called a test, but the results are often different from the results from the test used in the laboratory.
A blood test results page will display results for the HIV test, as well as other information about the test.
If you have a blood or blood test that you do not know what the test result means, ask your doctor for help.
Blood test results from a different type of test, such as an antibody test, are not conclusive until you have received the HIV testing results from both tests.
The antibodies that test for antibodies against HIV are also called test strips.
The results of both tests can be shown on the same test strip.
If both tests have the same result, the test results are also included on the test strip, and you may get a positive results.
If you do get a negative test result, it may mean that the HIV is not spread to your body through blood or other bodily fluids.
For this reason, you should call your doctor or a health care provider for more detailed information about your test results.