But you were probably also exposed to HSV-1,2,3,4,5,6ab,7,8. There are also about 80 other human viruses and you would have been exposed to a dozen of those.
There are tens of different bacteria that also transmit during sexual activity.
There are also hundreds of possible causes generated with your body.
The sad part is I was exposed to HSV 2 so judging by what information Im told, If I had herpes mine would almost definitely show up on an IGG test by now. Supposedly I’d have less than an 8% chance of it not showing up on a blood test.
All I can do is go off the information Im given.
My thing is this: I need to know what is causing this. If the medical world wants to tell me that I dont have herpes, fine. What is it that I have then? And how do I get rid of it?
Otherwise, being negative for herpes means nothing to me. Because Im still positive for something, and they cant even figure out what the hell it is!
Because my body definitely changed after I was exposed to it.
@RainyDay2 i am about to pull out the big bht guns. Hey if i can get rid of the symptoms forever and never blow positive, ill take it.
My other thought was hpv but i know i was exposed. The last clinician i saw definitely thought my lip things looked herpetic and sajd she's seen urethral herpes before too.
Igg can be forever negative in some, i have heard hsv1 has less accuracy with igg