Do you have his results? How was he tested? Do his results give separate results for hsv1 and hsv2? It should look something like,
"HSV1 IgG 9.6
HSV2 IgG 14.3"
His numbers will be different, obviously, but if doesn't have a separate number for both, he's had a combination test, and it means he is positive for hsv1, OR hsv2, OR both, and he doesn't yet know.
One of the world's leading experts, Terri Warren, wrote the Herpes Handbook, and it's in Spanish. It's free, and you can download it in English or Spanish here - https://westoverheights.com/herpes/the-updated-herpes-handbook/
Let me know what I can do. I don't speak Spanish, but I can use Google Translate and give it a try.
Just in case anyone else was looking for Spanish resources, I did see MedHelp has a forum in Spanish for STDs that might be a good place to ask about herpes: