it is not hbv virus to make damage to us but our own immune system, so it makes no sense to say your virus is so high, it all depends on your status and hbv is benigne on most carriers.fibroscan, hbsag quantity in iu/ml, hbvdna quantity, bcp/precore mutants test, genotype test can define your status...i bet that doctor did not check all of these...be aware many doctors are just drug makers corrupt sellers so make sure to see more than one liver specialist and to see if you really need these drugs because they dont cure hbv and have no effect on hbv, they just block liver damage that s all and if you have no liver damage and no increased HCC risk you dont need to take those drugs for life and give drug makers all that money.
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