I deleted your picture – I think she would be too easily identifiable from this picture. It doesn’t look like a cold sore to me but it’s very hard to know.
The screening tests for HSV 1 are not terrific – they miss about 1-2 out of 10 infections. So honestly I don’t know what ot make of your test results. And if you are HSV 1 positive, you could have had it since childhood, you can’t know when you got it if you test positive. And yes, it is certainly possible to test at 1.41 and then negative. The test, as I said, is not great.
The herpes western blot it better if you really want to know your HSV 1 status (it also looks for HSV 2)
You could get tested again at 16 weeks, but again, the test isn’t great so I don’t think it could offer you any certainty.
Fifty six perfect of people in the US ages 14-49 test positive for HSV 1 by a very good test, so if you are infected, you are in this with the majority of people in your age group.
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