IGG & IGM 13 weeks post exposure

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Hello, just need to know if anyone else has tested positive eventually after doing blood tests?

Guy I was dating at the time eventually did a full panel std test and was positive HSV 1 &2.

We had 3 protected sex, and he performed oral sex on me unprotected, and last sexual intercourse with him was unprotected sex on 9-1-19. I have not had ANY sexual activity since this date with ANYONE.

5 weeks after exposure:

Tested negative on 10-10-19 IGG

Tested negative 10-17-19 IGM

Persuaded doctor to swab my vulva fissures to do culture and test was negative on 11-3-19

13 weeks after exposure:

Tested negative IGG & IGM on 12-3-19

Am I officially out the clear for HSV??

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    ALL stds testing were full panels and negative

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    i would say you are!

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    i would wait 6 months to be sure hsv blood test are not accurte !! look at my post im testing again in feb and i had exporure in may but neg at 4.5 months but showing symptoms

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    i would wait 6 months to be sure hsv blood test are not accurte !! look at my post im testing again in feb and i had exporure in may but neg at 4.5 months but showing symptoms

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    Hey guys! Just updating my story. On 12-24 I finally attempted to have sex since 9-1-19 (this situation actually brought my exhusband and I back together-going great!). I was dry because still a lil traumatize so we stopped. Immediately I felt a tear. It looked like a sore but didn't hurt to pee, shower, and minor discomfort (pics are on my new post). I did a swab test 2 days later, 12-26-19, and got my results. Negative for herpes 1 & 2. imageimage

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