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1) The biggest risk of course would be HSV 1, not HSV 2, statistically. Have you ever in your life had a cold sore on your lip?
3) The test at 3 weeks will pick up about 50% of those infected with HSV 2. AT 6 weeks, it is 70%. If you continue to take Valtrex, it could impact your antibody test results, yes.
4) I disagree with your doctor on this point. Even if you have no symptoms, you can transmit herpes. And yes, it would be reduced by about 50% for someone who has had herpes for a while. But at the same time, you won’t be able to be as certain about the accuracy of the testing. I don’t have an exact percentage of risk to her if you have brand new herpes.
5) No. Antibody takes a while to develop and you are interfering with that by taking antiviral therapy.
There is just no replacement for time passing, honestly. However, if you have had a cold sore in your lifetime, then you are extremely unlikely to get HSV 1 genitally.
You have two more questions to ask me – feel free to do so!