Question Part 2 So I go back in to the stand in dr that comes in and tells me I have oral herpes, I ask for the test results they show me type specific type 1 igg 0.04 type 2 igg 0.36 and herpselect igm 1.61 so i explain to the dr all that I have read and he tells me that, the igm is herpes specific and is accurate meaning new exposure,
So I read the post you made to HHH regarding testing, Is that post referring to the herpselect test, because It doesn't mention it, and also, I was wondering if you could read my post and give any feed back ? I don't understand how and why these tests are so inaccurate? I mean how can they say to just disregard the IGM score. How do IGG levels go down, wondering, what is going on with me, my dr told me i was negative, he was out of town so I went to another dr, had my dr office give me the results to my 2nd test they said negative,
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