carrier has capacity to spread infection to other.
HBV carriers recover from the infection completely and feel healthy.
They have no ongoing hepatitis or liver damage
. However, their blood tests show they still have the virus and have not developed hepatitis B antibodies
Therefore, they can pass on the virus. This is called an HBV carrier.
Because carriers do not develop symptoms or feel sick, thousands of people who become carriers of HBV never know it
There is no treatment presently available for this situation.
Carriers have a responsibility to practice safe lifestyle habits that will prevent their passing the virus on to others.
This especially includes protected sex