If that was your hsv2 result then it's over the cut off range that is associated with false positives so there's no need for confirmatory testing. Not the news you probably wanted to hear but it's better to know you have it and deal with it than it is to find out you have it after you've transmitted it to a partner.
The risk to your ex bf is still smaller of contracting hsv2 from you than not contracting it. His getting himself tested is a good idea though. If he's + you two will probably never figure out who had it first or even if you both unknowingly came into the relationship with it.
Meanwhile - be sure to check out the herpes info here on asha as well as in the herpes handbook at www.westoverheights.com
. There is also a patient counseling video there to watch too that is helpful. Educate yourself on the virus and how to lower the risk to any future partners. Feel free to ask any other questions you might have