Welcome and I really hope this community will help you a lot. We are here to support each other in every way that we can. Here you can find many very useful and reliable resourches while also talking with some of the top experts regarding Hep B around the world.
Now, about your question let me start by saying that I am not a doctor or anything close to that. I am just a chronic carrier of Hep B so I can only tell you what I’ve read. I am sure that a health expert will answer soon.
Hep B has different stages. During one of them called Immune tolerant stage the viral load can be high but a treatment may not be needed (https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/searo/hiv-hepatitis/training-modules/07-hbv-natural-history.pdf?sfvrsn=520b7c01_2). There are propably a few more tests you need to do.
Keep in mind that even if you need treatment, the available options are higly effective with minimal side effects.
Lastly, I would reccoment finding a hepatologist. It would be better to have someone nearby but I think it’s also possible to do everything remotely as Hepatitis B mostly does not require physical examination. The monitoring is based on blood tests that (s)he can send you via email and you send back the results.
I hope this helps till an expert joins the discussion.
Stay strong. We are here to support each other.