No, it's not accurate. It means you have HSV1. Once you have herpes, it's for life, there's no cure and it doesn't go away on it's own.
In the absence of symptoms, most likely you have oral herpes, along with the majority of adults. It's incredibly common, and most of us won't make it to the old folks home without it.
You can read more about oral herpes here:
what were your actual blood test results? ie hsv1 igg 4.4 or whatever they were.