Yes, these values indicate that you have both HSV 1 and HSV 2 infections. These are not so high – they are pretty normal values for someone who is infected.
Another test is not necessary, no, unless you absolutely want to rule out a false positive, then you could have a western blot, but these are pretty high values, particularly the HSV 1.
I would assume that you are positive and practice safer sex with partners and consider taking daily antiviral therapy when having sex with someone who is uninfected with HSV 2. I would also certainly encourage you to disclose your HSV status to future sex partners.
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