The test results above (from 2011) are positive for HSV1 and HSV2. It shows you are infected with both viruses.
There is no test to tell how long you have been infected. Most people with HSV1 have oral herpes (usually without symptoms) and were infected in childhood. If you're not having outbreaks (cold sores on your lips, etc), you probably will not transmit the virus to anyone. Almost everyone with HSV2 has genital herpes. Even without symptoms, there is a risk of transmission to sex partners. However, if you were infected many years ago, you might be minimally infectious. But unfortunately, there is no way to be certain.
If you have a regular sex partner, that person should be tested to see if he or she has HSV2. If you're having sex from time to time with new partners, you should tell them you are infected and should use condoms. You can also speak with your doctor about taking anti-HSV treatment to reduce the chance of transmission to partners.
I appreciate the feedback. I won't be able to know when I contracted either as I don't remember being tested specifically for the HSV 1 or 2 prior. It just helps me go back in the timeline.
I have never had any of the symptoms.
if you haven't read the free herpes handbook by Terri Warren yet, google it and give it a read. It's really helpful for learning about your herpes infection and how to deal with it.