Sorry to hear about the bad news. For what it's worth, at least 25% of the population has HSV in their body so you are not alone. And many of those never have outbreaks which doesn't mean you can't still spread it, but at least it is less of an annoyance.
From what I have been told, HSV1 and HSV2 cannot be distinguished from one another in a lab test. All they can tell you is that HSV is in your body. The only way to determine if it is 1 or 2 is to take a culture of it when you are having an outbreak.
Many doctors say that HSV1 and HSV2 are THE EXACT SAME VIRUS and that the AREA of the outbreak is what leads to the "1" and "2" distinction. Other people, especially here, claim that it is indeed a slightly different virus or something to that effect. I'm not going to make any claim either way as not to piss someone off better researched than myself..
So you do not have any tingling or anything in either area? Even when we don't have OB's, many H sufferers still experience an occasional itching, burning, etc. This may help you out. Try to be extra observant regarding your body.
And though this is completely irresponsible advice, if you really want to figure out where it is, drink a bunch of coffee, eat a bunch of sugary crap, deprive yourself of sleep, etc, and such things. You very well may have an outbreak. It is a general state of unhealth that leads many people here to get outbreaks..
Other people may flame me for that last paragrah, so I will flame myself in advance.