Sorry, you’re right I did mix up your question thinking it was about HSV two and it’s about HSV1. The problem is that the IgG test for type one and this is 30% of infections. So it’s difficult for me to say with a high degree of certainty whether your test is accurate or not. Do you have a couple of options here. The first is to obtain the herpes western blot if you want the best antibody test for HSV one and the other option is that you could accept your previous negatives combined with a very low positive recently followed by another negative. Given the poor performance of this test, I don’t think I can offer any other recommendations than those I’ve described above.