Can you ask the suspicious one for a copy of their test result? Don't accuse - just let them know that you had a low positive test, and before you go through the process of retesting, you'd like to make sure they had the correct testing done? Tell them your doctor wants to know because he's having a hard time believing yours is a false positive or something, if you need to.
That's valid, too. They could have had an IgM test, which is an unreliable test, and they need the IgG test.
Why did you test if you had no symptoms?
And are you sure your results were 0 for the hsv1? There is no such thing as a 0 on a herpes test.
I wouldn't worry about knowingly transmitting yet. Just worry about you first. If the person does indeed have a negative test, then you should get a WB. You'll probably test positive again on the ELISA.
How long ago were you with the person? How long ago was your most recent exposure?
Update: So the partner in question has confirmed to me directly again that her tests were clean. She’s graciously agreed to have her doctor send them to mine, if I supply my doctors information. Is this an OK way to do this?
The fact that she’s willing to do this gives me a glimmer of hope, but it really still depends on the test results and timing I suppose.
Side question: could “mono” potentially influence the results of this test?