The thing is it needs to be swabbed within 48 hrs for the most accurate result. Do you know if you have hsv1 oral cold sores. If you dont then you would of had the actual symptomatic symptoms with blisters and all. If you do have oral hsv1 hsv2 could very well be mild that may lead to similar issues to whay youre experiencing. That's why I say get a type specific blood test it should tell you more sinse this has been going on sinse 2016
Based on the picture, do you think it can't be swabbed? The fact that it reappears randomly in the same spot makes me suspicious it's herpes, but there are no other symptoms.
Is it normal for a pimple to just disappear back into the skin? And why would the same 2 pimples appear in the exact same spot and behave the exact same way and then disappear into the skin again? Why doesn't it occur in other areas?
If your test was positive for herpes then that is what you have. I’d look to obtain printouts of the test results you have. It seems likely to me that the type (type 2) is a guess as typing isn’t undertaken in a lot of countries.
What is a common occurrence in a long term relationship is eventually one partner’s oral Infection transfers to their partner’s genitals during oral sex. This is one possibility. Does your partner get oral cold sores?