It has been recommended that a cesarean section should be performed if active vaginal herpes lesions are present at the onset of labor
However, if the membranes have been ruptured for more than 6 h, the benefit of a cesarean section has not been determined.
You are not at that point yet.
A cesarean section reduces, but does not eliminate, the risk of newborn infection
A recent prospective cohort study suggested that a cesarean section delivery reduces the risk of HSV among newborns by 86% in women who have active vaginal herpes lesions.
you don't have active lesions
so you can continue to take your antiviral medication
you can always have a C section to deliver your body
but if you don't have active lesions, then there is no proof that a C section will decrease risks of HSV spread to the baby more than a vaginal deliver.
let me know if you have questions.