what is your viral count?.....I was hbsag reactive before....though I had a very low viral count...after two months of herbal supplements and being vegetarian...I became non reactive....and its not a false negative because I went to 3 different hospital/clinic with high precision laboratory equipment
hbeag is better positive, hbeag negative is just a virus mutation that responds much less to treatments so pray to stay hbeag pos until you start treatment
hbv cure is made of tenofovir to make hbvdna undetactable and lower hbsag and then after 1-2 years of interferon add on to finish clearing the remaining hbsag.
to do this you need a serious hbv center and hbsag quantification, unfortunately you wont find this easily in the philippines.india or china are the best places in your area to cure hbv
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