Hi, the HBV DNA test indicates how much of the HBV virus is circulating in your blood. This test, over time, can give a good idea of the hepatitis B replicative activity in your liver. The virus is released into your blood, which can then drawn and analyzed by the HBV DNA viral test. If you are HBeAg positive, treatment may be recommended if your viral load is above 20,000 IU/mL. Your doctor may not initiate therapy now, but please discuss with him. Regards.
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