The Herpes ELISA is reported back as an index value. A value greater than 1.1 is considered positive. False positives have been reported with values less than 3.5. If your value is less than 3.5, you can be tested again with a different test, preferably the Western blot.
Oral sex is pretty safe sex. Not completely risk free but pretty close, especially for the person performing it.
Topped can mean many things, but I am assuming you mean a man had sex with another partner and then had sex with you without changing the condom. There is a theoretical risk of transmitting herpes in this way, but it is probably quite low.
So my two igg values were 1.26 and then a couple days latter a 1.6.
These above theoretical or very low risk exposures are my only exposures.
No symptoms and healthy.
It seems like the w.b. is hard to get?
Thinking highly likely these are false positives?
The oral s3x exposure (broke or ripped condom) was three weeks....the other experiences were 1 year plus