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Is it conclusive?

I tested negative for both HSV I & II at 16 weeks after exposure. The blood tests were IgG type specific. I've read that it can take up to 6 months for antibodies to develop. Is that true? Or can I have peace of mind with my results?

Thank you.
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This is conclusive, you do not have HSV and were not infected 16 weeks ago. You can move forward with confidence.
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Thank you very much! I really appreciate your help.
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