you seem to be postive for hepB therefor you are a carrier. please do further testing for a complete hepB profile to better understand your current condition.
the fact you are negative for hbv dna is a good thing in one sense meaning you may be undeductable for the virus and therefore an inactive carrier but on the downside it may also mean that you are chronic carrier rather than acutely infected. that means you will have this most likely for life. hbv dna can be in high numbers in the 100s of millions or higher when acutely infected...
please do more testing for hepB profile and come back here and update us
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