there is no remission with cronic hbv, it was a very old viwe (a decade ago) to call inactive carriers like remission or less infectious.
you are always infectious and always active virus, you have only no liver damage during low replication pahses or hbvdna und, cronic hbv flactuates to hbvdna und to det and und again, this is just how cronic hbv acts
you should monitor you condition by hbvdna, hbsag quantity and fibroscan (all tests available easily in europe), you will be not infectious by sex when you clear hbsag and also clear from infection
you will still by able to trasmit hbv by blood donation or organ donation even after hbv is cleared infact boh are not accepted on those who got in contact with hbv cronic or acute
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