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Hsv igg positive
After 120 days(around 127th day or so) I got tested for hsv 2 igg and igm.. Both came negative.. 12 days after mine... My partner got tested for hsv 1+2igg and igm.. His igg came positive. But igm negative .neither of us are experiencing any symptoms.... No symptoms till date Does this mean i need to get tested again and for hsv1+2 this time? Please help doctor.. I am very scared
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IgG has no significance. There is no current infection.
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