Your viral load is high, 8.2 x log7 iu/ml. This is within the typical range of someone who is in the Immune Tolerant Phase of infection. However, one cannot diagnose the state of your health based on just 1 marker and just 1 reading. Hepatitis B is a chronic disease, it has many phases and very variable, so you will need constant monitoring and a history of your test results is needed for proper management of the disease. At each test, you will need, at the minimum, your HBsAg, HBeAg status, liver functions, ALT, AST, and hbvdna. At the first diagnose of Hepatitis B, a fibroscan is advisable. Hepatitis B is very manageable, but you need the constant care of an experienced liver doctor.
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