Unfortunately it seams that you are a chronic HBV carrier (indication from hbsag - positive and anti hbc igm - negative ).
Try you have to found a good doctor (specialized in HBV) for evaluation and future monitoring, as for the tests I recomand you to discuss with the doctor the following ones:
- 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
- viral load (HVB DNA PCR)
- other liver related tests could help (ALT and AST and if is posible also ALKP and Bilirubin and ... )
Base on test result, a doctor should be able to advise you if treatment is recomanded or not and what are the next steps
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