Thank you again for your knowledge and time. I really appreciate this as I’m sure others do too. All of my information has been from personal experiences thru Reddit/fb groups, this forum and Google so it is appreciated that someone with your expertise is available.
Anyways, I also believe that even with a negative confirmation thru WB I will believe I have been infected mostly bc he tested positive with visible OB and I have symptoms that only started after my encounter that also match with other atypical hsv symptoms. Also bc I read too many stories of people seroconverting years later bc of continuing symptoms and no OB.
I guess my plan now is if I keep getting negative igg results for a year I will get the WB and move on but I convinced myself already that I have it to avoid the heartache when I get a positive result.
I will make an appt with my OBGYN once I get back my latest igg results and go from there. My mind is basically made up bc I know there are people that still test negative with positive swabs.
Bc I Google all of my symptoms I have basically self diagnosed. I am currently ovulating and am now experiencing watery red discharge and slight mild discomfort in the vagina with nerve pain shooting a few times throughout the day.
Since I have more follow up questions I would like to know:
1. If I had an oral OB caused by hsv2, shouldn’t I have a genital OB by now/simultaneously bc from what I understand Ohsv2 is less likely to occur or reoccur compared to Gghsv2? I can’t believe my immune system is strong enough to prevent one and not the other.
2. I wouldn’t want to disclose to future partners without the proper confirmation however if protected, although not 100% preventable, will transmission be low-none bc my symptoms are not external/visual?
3. What’s the longest time it took, that you know of, for someone’s body to seroconvert after infection?
4. Have you ever witnessed a negative WB result at 12 weeks then a positive after later on?