I'm sorry we missed your question back in January.
Most experts believe that anything under a 3.5 on hsv2 needs to be confirmed, especially in the presence of an existing hsv1 infection, which is your case. It seems like you had a false positive hsv2 test. Your results were both below 3.5, and your western blot was negative, confirming that you don't have hsv2.
How did you get the WB?
If, as you said in your other post, you only received oral from the woman with hsv2, and had no genital to genital contact, you wouldn't be at risk for genital hsv2 from her. It's always possible that you had genital to genital contact with someone who didn't tell you, or didn't know you had it, but in any case, your WB test confirms that you don't.
Since you have hsv1, which statistically would be an oral infection, you might want to let your partners know that before giving them oral sex, at least. They may already have it - and this would be a great opening for the STD talk - and if they do, they can't get it again.
Best of luck to you, and I'm glad you posted again so we could help. :)