I have gone through your problem.
You have been diagnosed as having Hepatitis B
virus in your body. This condition is known as HBSAg +ve.
First you need to know something about your condition. Many people may get affected by this virus. Usually the mode of transmission is by using infected needles, blood transfusion
and may also be transmitted sexually. In many patients the virus persists in the body for less than 6 months. If the virus persists for more than 6 months then we call that person as Carrier.
Healthy Carriers are patients in whom the virus persists but will not affect the liver
. So the chances of these patients landing up with Cirrhosis
of liver is almost nil. In some Carriers the virus slowly attacks the liver and this is known as Chronic active hepatitis
. This can cause Cirrhosis of liver. Overall if you see, out of the patients affected with this virus only 2-3% may have this Chronic active hepatitis and may land up with Liver Cirrhosis.
As you have been detected to be HBSAg +ve, you need to be further evaluated with some more blood tests to check the viral DNA load. If its in early stage the chances for a complete cure might be there with Interferon
injections. But they are very expensive.
My advice is you need to consult a Gastroenterologist
or Hepatologist so that he can further evaluate you and can suggest you regarding the use of Interferons.
Good luck to you.