Assuming you mean an IgG test, that is almost certainly a false positive. A positive range starts at 1.10, and anything under a 3.5 needs to be confirmed.
How long has it been since you had a possible exposure? If it's been longer than 12 weeks, you have a couple of options. You can get another IgG test to see if you get another false positive, which is possible - some people have a completely normal blood protein that trips up the IgG test. It may also come back negative, at which point, you can just move on.
You can also consider getting a Western Blot test. Your doctor can order this for you, or you can go through Terri Warren, at Westover Heights Clinic. You'd have to self-pay, which is expensive, and in the end, it's several hundred dollars. It's all explained here - https://westoverheights.com/getting-a-herpes-western-blot/
You could also consider this a false positive, and move on. If you've had no symptoms, it's a valid option. At 1.17, it's easily an 85-90% chance of a false positive. Maybe you could contact your partner and ask her to test. If she's negative, this could also make this a better option before spending hundreds on a Western Blot.
Try not to panic. This is a fairly common problem with these tests. Let me know what questions you have.