I would like to help you clear up some points here.
HSV 1 is the oral type of herpes typically. Most adults normally have this virus already. There is no way you can say when you got it, and a lab test can not reliably tell you if it is recent or past infection.
IgM antibodies in herpes for example, can reactivate in any given individual.
In addition, you can not say that you won't spread this without outbreaks for 2 reasons...you can not always see or be aware of the blister,,,,and the virus can shed even without outbreaks. This is not a gray area, it is well known. In fact, about a 10% per year transmission rate even without outbreaks.
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