Q1| Swollen Lymph Nodes:
A| Can you confirm if the swollen lymph nodes in the groin are a symptom?
They can be but so can an ingrown toenail cause groin nodes to increase in size.
B| Do these usually come alone as a symptom or is it sores/blisters followed by swollen lymph nodes (or vice versa: swollen lymph nodes then sores/blisters)?
With herpes, there are usually sores as well as lymph node enlargement.
Q2| Antibodies Progression : What is the rough approximation of antibodies 3 months in to 2 years in.
That’s the thing, it can be antibody is high at 3 months or high at 2 years or low at three months and still low at 2 years. It varies greatly from person to person.
A| So most people that test right away, what are their values at 3 months in
B| what are their values 2 years in.
Please see above. By three months, most people who have herpes will have a robust immune response, but that can vary with index values. You’re asking for something I don’t have a firm answer for.