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Hsv1- igg postive; igm negative; hsv 2 igg igm all negative

Hi ,I'm male,thanks for help me!
A girl did masturbation for me in mid of feb(no other act) ,then i realized that there's erythema on my penis on 7.mar. I saw the doctor on 7.mar, and he provide mebenzalkonium to clean my penis. But 3 days later, it looks my penis get skin allergy and get herpes.
So i 'm wondering what's the root cause to make my penis get herpes? I did blood test on 17.mar.

The result as below:

Hsv1- igg postive; igm negative; hsv 2 igg igm all negative

Is that test prove I get herpes?
Is the herpes has window period?need I to do test blood again?

Thanks alot
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You did not get herpes from the episode you describe.

The testing most likely indicates that you have had an oral HSV1 infection since your youth.
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Thanks, Need I to do blood test again if I'm in window period?
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When was your last sexual contact (not a hand job) before the 17 March test?
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I have never sexual contact, only have hand job(the girl is sex worker)
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Then it is simply not possible that you have genital herpes. You're in the clear!
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Thanks, I did blood test again this Monday, and I get the Same result as the last blood test. Hsv-1 igg postive, the other hsv-1igm & hsv-2 igg igm negative!

My question is I have no sexual contact(put my penis into girls vagina) but the girls lick my penis for about 3 seconds…… can my blood test prove that i'm not infected genital herpes?

It passed 8weeks from my last contact (hand job+lick my penis 3seconds)
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