This is a low result and 'equivocal' is given to much credence by the manufacturer. The vast majority of such figures are negative. Having HSV1 does increase the chances of an elevated HSV2 outcome.
Unless you have had genital symptoms, I would think you can safely ignore this result completely. For your peace of mind, you can retest say 4 weeks plus and see if a negative results.
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No conclusion could be reached if the result is a low positive for HSV2. Negative would be negative however.
If a a low positive results, then a Westernblot test could be contemplated.
It is possible to have hsv1 and 2 genital infections. Don't worry about the equivocal 1.05. Like fleetwood20 said retest in a month or so and see where it goes from there. How long was the test from your last sexual exposure?
I've had two partners in the last 8 months. I stopped having sex with the first partner about three months ago and began having des with the second partner shortly after.