1.hsv1 tests are not as good as hsv2 and can miss up to 25% of infections. So this could go either way.
2.yes. at twelve weeks you can believe the test results.
3.no. absolutely not. Some folks with hsv1 will take longer to test positive for hsv2 but at twelve weeks you are fine.
Hsv1 tests can show negative when they clearly have hsv1. They aren't the best.
The western blot is far better at detecting hsv1 and is the gold standard in hsv testing
Hsv1 tests are not the greatest and people who are clearly hsv1 positive can test negative. The western blot is far better for hsv1 and is the gold standard for hsv testing
12 weeks is sufficient. The outbreak is really irrelevant to the antibodies forming. You should believe the results. If not retest in a month.
That wouldn't affect your test.