Look for AsianMale1985, his treatment profile suits yours. When you came to know, was your HbeAg -? It is highly unlikely to get back to + when you had - (seroconverted).
Don't stress it out, stress reduce immune strength and you can only fight this virus with immune strength. Sleep early at night, eat lots of fruits n veggies, and exercise 20-30 mins. everyday will get your immune strength in its prime.
Oh and make sure you do Fibroscan twice a year, 6 months apart. Sometimes AFP, ALT and AST can lie to us.
I'm not a doctor but I think you're in Immune Reactive. Since your medical history was negative and now it's positive (correct me if i'm wrong). You need to check it out with your doctor. I don't think you need treatment, and hold out for as long as possible because 2018 sounds promising.
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