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Following up here,
Curious to know, in your professional opinion…
1) If the fact I had a negative WBT in January (~6 months after initial exposure)
2) Along with a decreased IgG HSV-2 score (from 1.5 two months after exposure to now a 1.0 as of a week ago)
aligns with my thoughts that I truly do not have HSV-2.
Appreciate it…I’m not going to take the test, feel as if it’s pointless.
I think that the negative WBT in January, coupled with the fact my IgG HSV-2 score has decreased half a percentage point, truly has me convinced I don’t have HSV-2.
Would you agree?
Even though my HSV-2 score has gone down, quest is asking to take a “HSV 2 confirmation test” even though supplemental was positive, but january western blot was negative….What does their confirmatory test consist of? (Not going to take it regardless as I know I’m not infected, but curious)
Also pleased to state I took an STD panel and my IgG HSV-2 values have decreased; Knowing that, along with the negative blot, really has convinced it was all a false positive. That aside, no HSV-1 present either.
Thanks for reply; Hope you’re recovering well.
Just to confirm, the encounter with this last female represent a very (statistically) small likelihood of transmission from her to myself, correct? Seems as so, based on various sources I’ve read.
Bumping this to make sure this doesn’t go unnoticed; Was posted at a time when the website was having issues.