It look that you are on clearance phase and on this phase treatment is a good option, monitories the HBV DNA, the number has to decrease (and finally go undetectable) under baraclude treatment.
Why do you chose entecavir (baraclude) and not tenofovir ?
From when you are under treatment? What was the HBV DNA baseline?
Do you made some other tests ?
Fibroscan or biopsy for the liver status, blood tests related to virus and liver(HBsAg quantitative, HBeAg, ALT ….),
From how much time do you are under entecavir treatment ?
Made a new HBV DNA test (if you have 6 month of entecavir) and compare to the baseline (big decrese have to be notice).
From what country you are ?
Try to made the flowing tests:
- Fibroscan or biopsy (if Fibroscan is not available in you area) - to found out the liver status (fibrosis)
- US to liver to found out if you have or not a fatty liver
- HBsAg quantitative if is possible
And try to found a good doctor on HBV to interpret all the results and monitoring you.
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