When we stand within 3 feet of someone and/or kiss them, we are at risk for all sorts of viral infections like colds and flu. Kissing someone does put you at risk for oral herpes but between the pcr swab being negative and your symptoms sounding non-herpes like, odds are this isn't oral herpes going on.
I wouldn't bother with any further herpes testing from this encounter. It's just not worth it.
Thanks for your reply
How accurate is the PCR considering it was a few days after the sore was developed?
i have a pic of the sore , do you want to see it to see if its a cold sore?
I'm just following up on this?
I just did a 12 week igg test . is this conclusive or do I need a western blot