Yes, you should get your liver checked every 6 to 12 months. Even if you feel fine, hepatitis B can still damage your liver. If you wait until you feel sick, you might already have liver damage that can't be fixed. The only way to know this is to keep getting your liver checked. If the virus starts causing damage to your liver, you can take medicine. This can slow down the damage and make you less likely to get liver disease or liver cancer.

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ASHM. (2019). What is hepatitis B. Retrieved from All Good.

Updated 6 March 2023