12 to 16 weeks with an IgG test is what is considered conclusive for a majority of people. Thinking 92-95% will have built detectable antibodies by that time. You first test wasn’t positive, it was equivocal. Your second test is negative. Variations in the index number are normal. You didn’t mention if you have HSV1? The IgG misses a large portion of these infections but it can contribute to a false positive on the HSV2 test. To sort this out, I would recommend testing again in a few weeks or jumping to the Western Blot test through the University of Washington. This is an excellent confirmatory test and will be able to sort out of this is a true positive or not.
Im going through a similar situation, but mine were elevated equivocal levels (1.07) ... I was told that the test can be very sensitive .. however in your case, I doubt you have HSV 2
AnxiousNoMore why did you delete my first post?
Update: I've had some weird symptoms that happened on my penile shaft. They only appeared after having vaginal intercourse...then after showering. Within the hour it was gone. I've uploaded pictures to see if anyone can help me out as far what can be the cause of it. It doesn't hurt, it doesn't itch. It just looks swollen but then goes away like if nothing happened. Only happened shortly after intercourse.