It looks like you had acute hbv long ago maybe 15-20 years ago and successfully recovered from it. But with the time you have lost your immunity.
You may still have some antibodies because your test of HbsAb is just at cutoff value, it is strange that the lab put non reactive for this test, actually it means the test failed.
But anyway you are fine and if you want you can get vaccinated to get your immunity back.
HbsAg 3,959 cut off value 1 non reactive
HbeAg 0.095 cut of value 1.0 non reactive
Anti-HBs 2.0 cut of value 10 non reactive
Anti-Hbe (reverse) 0.005 cut off value 1.0 reactive
Anti-Hbc, IgG (reverse) 0.464 cut off value 0.739 reactive
Anti-HBc IgM 0.039 cut off value 1.0 non reactive
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