Also, my positive status for IgM was called a "low positive" due to the fact that my levels were 1.53, and it had to be over 1.09-1.10 to be positive. Since it was only barely over, and they do not know what strain, and IgG was negative, they want me to come back for more. But should I?
Oh I'm so sorry you are going through this, because it is unnecessary. The IgM is a useless test, and shouldn't be done on anyone except newborns.
It is totally unreliable, and is wrong probably as often as it is right - my own was positive when it should have been negative, and negative when it should have been positive.
No expert, including the CDC, recommends the IgM anymore, and in fact, advise against this test.
If it worked as it should, it detects new infections - within a few weeks. You haven't had sex for months, so this test shouldn't have been done on you in the first place. It doesn't apply to your situation. If it's been 12-16 weeks since your last sexual encounter - oral, vaginal or anal - then your IgG is conclusive, and you are negative.