Doctors interpret the serology in different ways, but personally I don't see evidence that you have a re-activation of either EBV or VZV:
Running quantitative PCR tests more than once, in case the virus is hiding in the tissues and not in the blood on the first negative test, can be extremely helpful.
Of course, serology is never a perfect guide as to whether a re-activation of a herpesvirus.
You have told @MartinK authoritatively he doesn't have a problem with these viruses when he very well might.
VZV IgM antibody is probably the most relevant antibody in determining whether there may be a reactivation. Your IgM antibodies are within the stated reference range.
EBV Early Antigen (EA) is probably the most relevant IgG antibody in determining whether there may be a reactivation. Your EA antibodies are within the stated reference range
These charts are from the attached papers and are about interpreting EBV serology in IMMUNOCOMPETENT patients, which many of us are not. Note that the case of only high VCA IgG, which is pretty common in ME/CFS patients, says more testing is required, e.g., PCR testing, which will catch the DNA of the virus (if it's in the blood, so repeating at a couple weeks apart is critical for some).
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