I recently had unprotected sex with a woman and within 2 days I had painful urination and swollen lymph nodes in the groin area. I went to the doctor immediately and he ordered an array of tests. The encounter happened on Saturday night and my symptoms started the following Tuesday. I went to the doctor on Wednesday. On tuesday night, I also shaved my groin area in a hurry. The test drawn on Wednesday had negative results for everything including HSV 1 and HS2. The tests was IGG, since the doctor feared about a possible infection, he started me on Aizthromycin and Doxyccyline. Since my symptoms did not resolve by Thursday, I told him about a possible UTI and the doctor did a quick test in the office, which he confirmed was UTI. So he put me on Ciproflaxacin. The symptoms got a little better but I was concerned that it could be herpes as I was seeing some blisters on my penis where I know I hadn't shaved. The doctor office did not have the facility to do a herpes test via a swab so the doctor ordered an HSV1/1 IGM test. Meanwhile, I got in contact with the woman I was with and requested her to get tested. Her tests came back negative for everything else except for HSV1. I received the results on my HSV IGM tests today and they still show negative. In summary, I have had both the IGG and IGM tests within days of my exposure and they still seem negative. While the partner tested positive for HSV1. Does this mean I don't have HSV1 or is it too early for the tests to become positive? I still have swollen lympnodes, agitated skin due to shaving. Btw, the second doctor also put me on HSV medication even though he said my sores don't look like HSV sores.