Thank you for the additional information. This makes more sense, although the HSV 2 results should either give the result as 0.10 or as <0.10. A result of >0.10 has no meaning, so if it says this on your report, it is likely a typo.
IGG antibodies to either type of HSV indicates that you were infected by the virus at some time in the past. It takes several weeks to a few months for IGG antibodies to form, but once your body starts making the antibodies, your body will continue to make these antibodies for the rest of your life. Any value above 1.10 is a positive result.
So, these results indicate that you were infected with HSV 1 at some point, but not by HSV 2.
The blood test does not indicate the site of the infection. The majority of HSV1 infections are manifested as oral infections and the majority of HSV 2 infections are manifested as genital infections, but there also is a small amount of overlap. If there has ever been symptoms, that can help to determine the site of the infection. In your case, if you have ever had cold sores, even as a child, then that would confirm that you have an oral infection by HSV 1.
It is important to note that the majority of people in the US are infected with HSV 1. And the time of greatest incidence of infection is as children. Many people do not remember any prior symptoms, either because it does not cause characteristic sores or because it happened so young that they do not remember. So, the absence of symptoms does not change the fact that you were infected at some point.
It is also true that once antibodies form, you can never become infected again.
The odds are likely that you were infected before you ever met your partner, but the test cannot provide that. Cold sores can look like white ulcers inside the lips, and if you can remember the first time that you had such sores, that would be a better indication of when you were infected.
If I can provide any additional information, please let me know.