I am a 30-year-old unmarried male. I am sexually active and I have been using commercial sex workers for the past few years. However, from last year, I started myself getting tested regularly for different STD infections etc. and all my reports have come negative. I have got HIV 1 and 2, hepatitis B, syphilis (VDRL) and HSV 1 and 2 tests done. The point of attention is the recent test result that I just got today. My HIV, hepatitis B, VDRL are all negative as usual. My HSV 1 IgG, HSV 1 IgM, HSV 2 IgM are all negative but my HSV 2 IgG is positive with a value of 3.61. Also, another problem is this specific jock itch type of infection that I am facing for the past two months. It itches terribly. I have tried all creams like itch guard, ring guard etc. but I get relief only by applying Betadine ointment on it two times a day. Betadine is helping me to ooze off my terrible itch in that area but the condition of the skin and symptom of the infection is continuously going on. I have clicked snaps of all my test reports and also I have clicked about three pictures of my infection in my thighs close to my penis. I am sending all these pictures in a hope that you would treat me only to have let me get a kind true genuine consultation. Please go through these pictures of my infection and all my test reports and then please answer my queries. Do I have active herpes? Can I transmit herpes to my future wife? Can this infection go to my child when I impregnate my wife? Can this herpes IgG count of 3.61 be forced to roll back to below 1.20 so that I can become normal using some medicines? What is this infection in my thigh area? Can it be cured permanently? What medicines and ointments etc. will I have to take to solve my problem? Please go through my questions, reports, and snaps nicely and then let me have your expert opinion.
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