Your HbsAg test is NOT a quantitative assay. COV stands for Cut Off Value. It is not a standard unit. A true quantitative test for HBsAg will report in IU/ML.
The good news is your hbvdna is very low, which is good. No-one can tell you whether you will clear HBV based on just 1 set of results at a single time point. Hepatitis B is a chronic illness, a full recovery is possible, but chances are very small.
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