The IgM is totally useless and give many false positives. I hate it that clinicians still order such a terrible test and alarm patients with these results.
If your IgG is negative at least four months after the last contact, then you, with 97% certainty, don’t have HSV 2 infection.
So that means that questions 2,3, and 4 are not necessary. If it has been at least 4 months between the time of your last contact with the new partner and the time of the IgG test and the IgG test is negative, you are in the clear. I know, that’s repeating myself but I wanted to make it really clear.
Please ask any further questions that you have about your situation, OK?