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I was only 16 days in from my outbreak should I believe this. Can anyone tell me what it means. I was told it could be a false positive and false negative being so early.my test results showed up at hsv1-2.42 hsv2-1.49 can anyone she'd light what that possibly means.

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JLJFB

It seems pretty high, not sure you would have these results were you newly infected. Perhaps you carried the virus for quite some time before your first OB.. I feel for you, quite the shitty situation we are in. :(

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dirtythirtys

I accept it.i was only 16 days into it with my first break out when I got tested. I'm okay with it now. Does it Mean I have both.i was told it could be false since it hasn't been 16 weeks yet.

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JLJFB

Could be a false negative but never to my knowledge a false positive. For what there is of HSV1 I think something like 80% of the population is a carrier, you could have had that since childhood, you may have caught HSV2 recently, future blood tests will be able to determine that. I wish you good luck, my thoughts are with you.

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joeer120

I've never had an outbreak.... Diagnosed in December through blood test... HSV-2 positive... Been with my current boyfriend for five years.. He's negative.. So it wasn't him... Therefore, you could have had it for a while and just got your first noticeable outbreak... You should get the Western Blot...

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