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Wednesday, December 24, 2008 Yardooman, Community Member, asks

Q: Herpes test result

This is a blood test report and I need some help. I dont and never have any symtoms of herpes but I did a blood works last week and need some help with the results.

 

                                                                   In Range                      Ref Range

Hepatitis Panel, Acute w/reflex                          non-reactive                 non-reactive

Hepatitis A IGM

 

Hepatitis B Surface Antigen                               non-reactive                 non-reactive

w/confirmation Hepatitis B

Surface Antigen

 

Hepatitis B Core IGM                                         non-reactive                non-reactive

Antibody

 

Hepatitis C Antibody                                         

Hepatitis C Antibody                                         non-reactive                non-reactive

Signal to cut-off                                              0.63                           <1.00

 

Hiv As, HIV 1/2 EIA

with reflexes

Hiv 1/2 EIA AB Screen                                       non-reactive               non-reactive

 

HSV 1/2 IGG Herpeselect

Type Specific AB

                                                       Out of Range

Herpes Simplex Type 1                            >5.00   H                         EIA Value

Herpes Simplex Type 2                            >5.00   H                         EIA Value

 

Herpes Simplex 1 and 2 showes Positive for Herpes since the result was so high. I would like to know if this is a possible a false positive since all results are non-reactive for any anibody and I have no signs of any herpes (physically and never sick) also my partner tested negative for herpes.  Please advice. thks        

 

 

 

 

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JLuna, Community Member
9/ 6/11 3:50pm

I got tested and my result was 5.00 H. What does that Mean?

 

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JLuna, Community Member
9/ 6/11 3:53pm

My result for HSV 2 was <.90. what does that mean ?

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By Yardooman, Community Member— Last Modified: 09/06/11, First Published: 12/24/08