Those are typical low positive numbers associated with igm testing. Disreguard the igm results all together. Your dr probably wouldn't explain them because he doesnt understand them. Lol
No need to be concerned with your igm results at nine weeks. Your igg is negative.
Lol. Ouch. This dr needs to go back to school.
You are way over thinking this.
You are correct igm can not accurately distinguish between the two. Your numbers are low. I really hate that igm is even on the herpes testing menu when it's so incredibly flawed in every way.
Think of igm tests as an early detection test. Igm antibodies are the first on the scene. A week or two after infection. Then the igg antibodies take over. This alone should stop a dr from giving this test as your exposure was 9 weeks ago. Put this out of your mind. You are negative.
One more tid bit. Your test at 9 weeks is over 85% conclusive. Meaning over 85% of people would test positive by 9 weeks.