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What is the treatment for my hsv virus ?

hi im 45 years old.last month i went to hospital for my blood chekup. in that final result they mentioned that "HSV 1+2-lg GAb to herpes simplex virus ,serum by CLIA. Observed value-REACTIVE()40.4) and, HSV1+2-lg to herps simplex virus,serum by EIA.its observed level is NEGATIVE(.55). can u say actually what is the problem in my health ? and what is the treatment for my this problem? can u give me the counseling can anyone doctor pls reply for my question.
Asked On : Sat, 24 Jul 2010
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Hsv is a virus having many types predominantly 1 and 2 .It can cause mainly skin nerve and genital infection.When we get infected our body produces immunoglobulin which can be detected in blood (Ig) .But in your case your IgG is reactive which may indicate past or recent infection.If IgM by EIA is negative then it is mostly a case of past infection.The treatment can be told only by your doctor after taking complete history and examination.Also you have not mentioned your symptoms.
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