Mr. HH: About 3 years ago, I began to have trouble urinating and needed to go several times in a span of a few hours with urges more frequent and some pain in the back of scrotum, ejaculation pain. A week or so later I experienced what I thought was, 2 prodromal symptoms feeling. I tested for Herpes, Chlamydia, and PSA. The HSV-2 test came back positive (2.1 combined HSV1/2). Dr. said I have HSV-2. The PSA was 3.4. Three months later, I went in the hospital with aseptic meningitis, and rec’d a lot of antibiotics (vancomyecin, etc.). Blood work showed positive for Coxsackie’s virus. No HSV tests done in the hospital. After the hospital stay another test showed PSA to be 1.2, and my symptoms of prostatitis were gone. I decided to get tested for STDs as I was still feeling some discomfort when I ejaculate. I tested Negative for: HIV, Hepatitis B, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis. And, surprising to me, the HSV 1/2 tests were also negative and the Doctor said I do not have, and never had Herpes, and no STDs. The IgG was 0.16 and IgM was 0.35. It was a HSV1/2 combined Ab screen type of test. My sex drive, and erections were excellent, but since the hospital stay, my sex drive dropped dramatically, and suddenly. Erections are poor. There is some pain ejaculating. And, I have very little preseminal fluid (I used to have too much). I went for more blood work to check for LowT, and C-reactive protein, and other tests. All was normal except I have a 260 choleterol which I always have had so this is not new. C-reactive protein is 0.79, and Testosterone is 580 ng/dl and 18.7 pg/ml free direct. PSA at 1.3 (I am 50). I have conflicting HSV-2 tests. Should I go for another? Could the prostatitis have altered the first HSV-2 test? Does a IgG 0.16 and IgM 0.35 indicate I do not have HSV 1 or 2? Or could I have some sort of chronic prostatitis causing this, yeast infection? What caused the prodromal feeling? This all started with a positive HSV-2.