you dont have to be scared because hbvdna quantity is not the quantity of virus and doesn t reflect infected cells, it just says the quantity of replicating virus
the virus itself makes no damage to the liver, it is immune system and oxidation stress due to the immune system failing in virus clearance to make damage, so if you have no immune response you are perfectly healthy and liver might work even better than an uninfected liver (infected liver cells have better protection from oxidative stress due to virus)
your country has no tests to monitor hbv infection so you can only assume you have no immune response because alt/ast are normal, a fibroscan test would be good to confirm this
live healthy with lot of vegetables and antioxidants in yur diet, keep low weight, low cholesterol, do not use drugs or things that might improve immune function...as long as alt/ast will be normal and there is no immune response you will be perfectly healthy
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