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An inactive carrier is someone who has little or no virus in their blood and normal liver
function tests. This is good news.
However, I want to be clear that you do still need periodic follow-up to be certain that this remains the case. Hepatitis B
status can change over time and become active. AASLD recommends follow-up ALT every 6 to 12 months if baseline is normal.
certain number of people with hepatitis B become hepatitis B inactive carriers. This means they carry the hepatitis B virus, but they have normal liver enzymes and don’t have signs of significant liver inflammation. Even though the hepatitis B is inactive, hepatitis B inactive carriers are still at higher risk for health problems since the virus can become reactivated in up to twenty-five percent of cases – which leads to active inflammation and even cirrhosis
. This occurs most commonly in people with decreased immunity.
Follow your doctor regularly