1. If her test was indeed equivocal, but she seems to be living her life with no symptoms and the belief that she’s negative, what would the transmission rate be to me if she was indeed infected given the details of exposure
? (Half of encounter protected, half not when condom broke)
We honestly don’t have transmission data on a single sexual encounter that is reliable.
2. If my symptoms were somehow herpes related even though you have said they weren’t herpetic to you, would it be normal they be lasting this long which is now 6 weeks?
3. Would pelvic pain alone, intermittent pain near the side obliques be indicative of a herpes infection if no tingling or burning or any sores are present?
I had mentioned I am probably getting retested at 6 weeks or 7 weeks to see if my igg score went up at all. Again, I am sorry to be a bother to you with this, but it is difficult for me to live my life normally again with this hanging over my head. I attached to this thread in hopes you remember our video conference and for reference. Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.
You could get tested again and see if there are changes – that’s fine, but remember that this test has many false positives.