1. Stop opening new threads. It makes it hard to discern people who have had some form of help before (like you) from people who haven't. Just keep adding to your first post.
2. Related to your question, I would say that none of your results are valid unless you have waited at least 3 months from your last possible exposure to have them drawn. And the IgMs don't count ever. So, you can eliminate those altogether.
If it has been that long (minimum 12 weeks), it looks like you're almost certainly negative for both types.
Thanks for contacting me - I'll try to help.
Remind us how long ago you had these blood tests done?
I'm afraid it's not possible (or responsible) to diagnose you from photos on a forum. The very next time you have fresh blisters, get them swabbed for a PCR DNA test, within 48 hours of their presenting, to avoid risking a false negative. I'm afraid it's probably now too late to do this, this time around.
Your rash could be symptoms of herpes, but they could also be other things - bug bites, allergies, etc. A lot of things look like herpes.
Finally, you're posting on the wrong forum to get Dr. Handsfield's input. I believe he's on one of the expert forums. You could do a search to find it.