I don't know who tested positive on the western blot after testing negative on the IgG, or how long after the exposure it was, etc., so I can't address that.
Herpes wouldn't cause any your symptoms.
Herpes infects nerve groups. Genital herpes infects the sacral ganglia, which means that if you get genital herpes, your symptoms will be limited to the area covered by boxer shorts. You wouldn't have blurred vision, tingling all over your body, neck symptoms, head symptoms, depression, loss of sex drive, sensitivity to light, etc. None of that would be a result of herpes.
Some of that could be caused by depression, or by low testosterone. You should ask your doctor to do some testing for hormones to see what your levels are.
Herpetic whitlow is more than just bumps. It's very, very painful, and it's blisters on your fingers. Most people who get whitlow are dental professionals who have their fingers in people's mouths. Have you ever googled pictures of this? It's nothing like Dishydrotic eczema.
I'm not a counselor, psychologist or psychiatrist, but it seems like you have a pretty significant depressive disorder. You absolutely should talk to your doctor about that.
The chances of you getting herpes from a one-time, protected encounter are about 1 in 10,000. The odds of 5 tests missing a herpes infection, and the chances of you getting it are so low, so I hope you really consider getting some help. Herpes is not what is causing your symptoms, but you deserve to find out what is.
Yes I never has blisters or ulcers
Only had discoloring skin and some annular lesions of which being diagnosed as lichen planus
Problem is i searched I came across many positive herpes patients who had similar neurological symptoms all over their body not only before ourbreak but everyday