The IgM is a worthless test, and shouldn't have been done on you. It's designed to look for new infections - within a few weeks, but is often false - positive when it shouldn't be, and negative when it shouldn't be. Ignore that you had it done.
Your IgG is technically equivocal/indeterminate, but it doesn't mean much since it's not type specific. You need to have a type specific IgG blood test done.
At 6 weeks, 70% of people will develop antibodies, and therefore will test positive on the hsv2 test.
You could have hsv1 orally (think cold sores) - about half the adult population does and most don't ever get symptoms - and that could be tripping up your test.
Did you get this test from your doctor? Ask for a type specific IgG test. You don't need an IgM test.
If you got this from a site that does home testing, make sure they offer type specific testing, or find another site.