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Hey, it has been a while. I have posted before and received great help. But I got a new situation here. 
1.
A few days ago, I found 2 round scabs on the right side of my butt cheek. And then it occurs to me that I have the similar scabs in this area in January. I can't get a swab test because it has developed scabs.  But to be honest, it really looks like some pictures of herpes.
I was very confused. And I noticed some marks of dried blood nearby. Can we say it was not herpes because lesions caused by herpes don't bleed? I have the obsession, always want to use my hand to scratch my butt. Last time it showed up, I thought it might be the cause.
2.
Several days ago, I found some cut-like lesions on my right groin, too. The same lesions have showed up on the 21 day of my exposure, but it healed on the 24 day. And I have seen the same lesions showed up on March 24. They were always on my right groin. Never see one on there left. I sent the pictures to 2 doctor online(because of the pandemic), they both thought it wasn't herpes. 

The hospitals in my city don't offer swab test,  so I must go to the city nearby. When such lesions show up next time, I will have a swab test. 
1) Can we say the first lesions were not herpes because it bleed? 
2) Can we say the second lesions were not herpes because the initial outbreak was so short? 
3) I know recurrent herpes can show up in the box short area. But is it possible it changes its place in just 5 months? 

3 week
Capita HSV I and II Igg negative

6 week
Capita HSV I and II Igg negative
Roche Elecsys HSV I and II Igg negative
HSV II Igg = 0.06(0.5~1.0 grey zone)

12 week
a test produced by a company call Dia.pro
HSV I Igg negative 
HSV II Igg positive
I did the same test 3 times, the value is 1.2, 1.4, 1.9

16 week
Capita HSV I and II Igg negative
Roche Elecsys HSV I and II Igg negative
HSV II Igg = 0.073(0.5~1.0 grey zone)

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Hey @AlexUobby you have a 16 week test result that is conclusively negative. You have not had lesions at the possible site of entry to your body for the virus. 
That does add up to a closed case, no genital herpes (or soup) for you!

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Hey, @WilsoInAus thank you for replying. 

Just those symptoms and this thread and some other thread on medhelp, I am so regretted and afraid. Thank you for your kind reply. When such sores come out again, I will definitely have a swab test. 

It was so hard to get back to normal life. 

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