If this is a new infection for you, then it's too soon to show on a test. (And lord, your doctors are terrible.)
1.11 is barely positive, and if that does turn out to be a true positive, it would mean a pre-existing infection, probably oral.
It can take up to 4 months to show positive on a blood test. Did the first doctor do a culture on the sores? That's the best way to know for sure. That doctor should have done a type specific culture to know exactly what it is.
Disregard the IgM test. It's unreliable, and shouldn't be done on adults.
It sounds like you have herpes genitally, but you'll have to wait for a few months to know for sure. Has your partner been tested? That would help answer some things.
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Typo meant 2/17/19 noticed sores
2/18/19 Saw urgent care doc