False positives are not uncommon, but you really need to know the type of blood test and obtain a full printout of results. Separately obtain IgG antibody testing type specific for HSV1 and HSV2 and the full results.
The blood contact is not an issue for herpes.
The only practical way for your partner to obtain chlamydia is from another partner. This may have been from before you met her, although a little surprising regular screening wouldn't have identified this. Transmission is about 1/3 every time you have sex. Were you treated for chlamydia? It only takes a few unprotected episodes to virtually guarantee transmission; you sure don't want that bug in your system.
No neither of us have had different partners but I'm in the military in the infantry and me and my guys always seem to have open cuts and blood to blood contact weather training or in combat and being in the military when I was tested they didn't tell me about the test just the results all I know is the test consisted of them drawing blood that's it
What's happening here? Are you both having other partners? What test did you have and what were the results?