I missed to mention in my above question, that my HBeAg is negative and HBeAb is postive.
You need to provide you ALT and Fibroscan results. If they are normal it's probably inactive chronic hbv.
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Take a Fibroscan. If it comes bellow 6 kPa then you are momentarily in a good shape.
As your hbsag is > 1000 there is a realistic chance that the virus will reactivate in the future.
Because of that make sure to test your DNA and ALT regularly (I suggest every 9 months, unless your DNA goes up in which case you should decrease the frequency of the testing) so as to monitor your virus and catch a potential reactivation of your virus.
I wouldn't worry to much, just make sure to monitor it regularly.
It means that it's pretty low, but not extremely low. For reference my HBSAG is 6000 iu/ml and my HBV DNA is 300 iu/ml.