Welcome; thanks for your question.
First, acomment about the numerical results of HSV blood tests. Themportant thing in an automated ELISA test result is not the absolute value, but the difference between the positive-negative cut-off (in this case, 9.0) and the patient's result.
For reasons that have been described repeatedly on this forum, you can ignore the IgM antibody test results. See the threads linked below. Although apositive result may be accurate, when the result disagrees with IgG testing, IgG rules.
You also seem concerned or confused by the combination test results. That test is not type-specific. The result is positiuve if EITHER HSV-1 or HSV-2 antibody is present, and does not distinguish between them.
For those reasons, the only HSV test you had that matters is the last you report, in the follow-up comment below: positive for HSV-1 and unequivocally negative for HSV-2. I agree with your doctor that the most likle explantion in achildhood HSV-1 infection; and that you don't have HSV-2 or genital herpes.
That covers question 1. As for (2), a negative HIV combo test is 100% reliableany time more than 4weeks after the last exposure, and of course your negative result at 6 months is equally valid. Finally (3) all those other testsalso are valid, proving you caught none of those infections.
Based on the exposure you describe, your risk wastoo low to need testing for any of these infections. But what's done is done, and the results show you weren't infected.
Best regrds-- HHH, MD