It is good to hear you are feeling confident and happy at being symptom free.
As a long time HSV2+ male, I’ve had many years blister free, and years with many blisters.
I have no real ‘opinion’ on your success but I would hope that you are someone that takes in a few facts, a few ideas, and of course general questioning.
A few facts; many people only get only one outbreak. As a large percentage of HSV2+ people have none, or no noticeable, outbreaks it can be a natural cycle of the body to suppress HSV2.
People who get regular outbreaks fit a profile where they have suppressed immunity due to stress, whether it be emotional, physical, or both.
Viruses like certain environments to live in and multiply, urine is sterile and the PH may well be enough to unsettle the virus from the outside as your immunity attacks it from the inside.
Success also breeds success, so a combination of positive thoughts reinforced by success, removing emotional stress, can help your body fight the virus. It works the opposite way as well, as despair can make anything fail as the emotional stress weakens you and the virus takes hold creating more stress and leaving you more vulnerable.
There is no evidence that the virus can be removed from your body. But there is evidence that some people can ‘deactivate’ it to a certain extent, whereby it no longer affects them.
In many ways a real win is where you are sick, and stressed, and feel a strong tingling of a prodrome, with no resulting blister. My experiences with sun exposure has allowed me to be run down and have a prodome that woke me up one night, but still no outbreak on my genital area. The urine could work the same way as my sun experience, interfering with the expression of the virus and sending it somewhere it may not be noticed.
This forum is an opportunity for people to try these things and report back. Urine, and sun exposure, cost nothing but could change the impact of HSV2, if not cure it.