I just got results from my HSV2 igg test back today. The igg level was 1.19, which is positive from their regulations. Anything over a 1.10 is positive. After much research on the board and many other sites it seems like I may have a "false positive" result as Dr HHH and Dr Hook suggest many people with results as low as mine and many others within the 1.1-3.5 range don't actually have HSV. I took the test because of paranoia because of tingling in my thighs and pelvis. Also, my girlfriend tested negative a couple months ago at routine screening. She nor I have never had an outbreak and I very aware of asymptomatic carriers. I'm very confused as to what to do. Doctors have so much conflicting info. On the phone today the doctor said my number is so low because it must be a recent infection but when asked if it would be higher if I had it previously and it went undetected, she couldn't really answer. When asked about a false positive she kinda jumped around the question, not even acknowledging the possibility and said that if I wanted to retest after 2-4 months I could!! What is that?! Anyway, now from the looks of the experts advice, I should take a biokit or western blot test to see what the real deal is. Problem, my doc doesnt know what those are, and I have noooo idea how to gain access to these test. Any help/advice is much appreciated as I'm about to keel over from all the stress this has caused me. I wish I hadn't have been paranoid and taken the test in the first place. Heellllpppp!!!!!!