Guess I should have waited for the test results before the two previous posts, but it came back negative, and here’s what it says:
Test Name In Range Out Of Range Reference Range Lab
HSV 2 IGG INHIBITION, IA EZ
HSV 2 IGG SCREENING INDEX <0.90
The HSV-2 IgG screening assay was repeated on a
different platform as part of the inhibition test,
and the result was negative; thus the Inhibition result
could not be determined. Most samples exhibiting this
type of discrepancy have initial HSV-2 IgG index values
of 1.10-3.00. If early HSV-2 infection is suspected,
submission of another sample collected 2-3 weeks after
this sample is recommended.
% inhibition <60 NEGATIVE
% inhibition > or = 60 POSITIVE
This assay is intended only for samples giving a
positive index in the HSV-2 type-specific IgG
screening assay which is repeated as part of the
inhibition assay. A POSITIVE inhibition
interpretation indicates true HSV-2 specific
reactivity, whereas a NEGATIVE inhibition
interpretation suggests that the positive screening
index is falsely positive.
It’s not the WB, but with my previous low positives, and this, I’m going to assume I can call it a day on this, yes?