14 weeks is plenty, especially with no symptoms. 16 weeks is just an added precaution for those already with HSV1.
You can be very confident you do not have HSV2.
I do have HSV-1. I've had it since I was a little kid, and I confirmed it with a positive HSV-1 IgG when I ran the 8 week panel. I didn't even test for it again with the 14 week panel because I've known for years.
Does this mean I need a 16 week test?
Are my results now considered less accurate?
Does having HSV-1 affect my results?
To be open, my exposure was protected oral and protected vaginal intercourse with a stripper. Finished with unprotected hnadjob.
14 weeks is fine, you are negative.