1. Is there a way to have them look at my blot again?
Did you work with me to get the blot?
2. I have read on here where people have tested negative on blot then positive on swab, do you you know how many times the blot was incorrect?
I have had 10 patients in 40 years who were positive on the swab and negative on the blot. This likely has happened for a couple of reasons: testing with the blot too soon after infection or taking daily antiviral medicine daily after a new infection. There may be other reasons as well
3. Is there a possibility that maybe this could be Hsv1 that was transmitted to genital after I had a longstanding oral Hsv1 infection in the 30igg range.
That would be highly unlikely
4. Would recommend testing again either igg or blot for me, would 210 days be enough time? It would be a huge coincidence to get irritation, chills and a low grade temp for a week 2 dags after the exposure and then have this continuing on after never having so much as an hour of groin irritation in my life. Now all of a sudden it’s almost nonstop for 2 years since 2 days after. I’m at a loss.
Herpes would not be the cause of something you acquired that is now happening daily for two years. You are on the wrong track here. Remember that when you come into close contact with another person, there are many things that they might have that you don’t – viruses, bacteria, fungi. You’ve settled on one single virus but there is a lot of evidence that you don’t have it.
5. No Dr I have seen out of multiple specialists, have been able to find the source of this irritation and tell me to trust the igg at this point. Where do I go from here? I am at a loss, I will see anyone to get to the bottom of this, I just have no where to turn anymore and this makes everyday life very difficult affecting not only physical relationships but general activity.
I’m so sorry this is happening to you – genital irritation normally would not interfere with things they way it is for you.