So first of all, I went back and reread the thread from 2019.
Terri said that while you may have ghsv1, it didn't sound like it:
"While you could have HSV 1 genitally, nothing you have described here sounds like genital HSV 1 either
I don't know why you are having itching and irritation but I don't think jumping to the conclusion that it is herpes makes good sense."
You've never actually had an outbreak, from what you said before - you are not getting blisters or sores that last a week or longer, correct?
What are you referring to as outbreaks - nerve pain issues?
You can not get another hsv1 infection. You can't get reinfected with it because you have antibodies that protect you from that. Your IgG and WB tests confirm that you do have that, whether it's oral or genital. You can't get it again.
Receiving oral sex won't put you at risk for hsv2. Oral hsv2 is very rare, and when it does happen, it rarely sheds, rarely recurs and without symptoms, doesn't transmit.
Terri also said this: "Your scrotum bumping up against her perineum would not present any realistic risk of infection". The same holds true if they touched her vagina.
(Your thread is here if you need to read it all again - https://www.medhelp.org/posts/Herpes/Tingling-Burning-sensation-on-buttocks--groin--and-behind-inner-thighs-/show/3040398 You
copied and pasted Terri's entire response.)
Your chances of hsv2 from these encounters is next to zero - not even worth worrying about.
It saddens me that after all this time of you having nerve pain that you have assumed it's herpes, and never followed up to investigate another cause of it. You could have a disc issue in your back, a prostate issue, an anal fissure, or a couple dozen other things that would cause your symptoms. Unless you are having actual herpes outbreaks - blisters that last a week or more - you don't get nerve pain from herpes.