Individuals who remain HBsAg positive for at least six months are considered to be hepatitis B
carriers.Carriers who have seroconverted to HBeAg negative status, in particular those who acquired the infection as adults, have very little viral multiplication and hence may be at little risk of long-term complications or of transmitting infection to others.
However you should keep on monitoring your ALT
levels and if they are ever found above 60,then you would require the treatment with interferons and immune modulators.
One can never get rid of HEP B positive status.
Avoid even a single drop of alcohol.
Carry on with the medications prescribed by your doctor.
Keep in regular touch with your gastroenterologist.