what you have here is a problem with a terrible test, it’s not about you. A low positive not able to be confirmed with reflex to inhibition assay simply reflects the test’s inability to sort out herpes antibody proteins from other proteins in your blood. It says absolutely nothing about whether you’ve been exposed to the herpes virus or not.
1) Does this make sense that I was exposed or could it be something else?
see above answer
2) Is there a chance of me developing the virus still at this point from the exposure?
Again, this does not represent an exposure
And 3) Is this something I should be disclosing to future partners?