Slight yellow tint on both sides of both eyes, Hepatitis C worry.
I recently (3 days ago) rpicked my finger with a friends buck knife who claims to have Hepatisis C. It was a very small poke and made a little red dot of blood. He claimed that the knife was ok, that it hadn't been exposed to any of his blood. But I still woryy knowing he has Hep C. Today my wife said I look pale in the face and when she got closer she says the edges of my eyes look a bit yellow. When I looked I could see a little yellow tint and red blood vessels, but not much at all.. mostly blood vessel. I don't feel sick, my appetite is good, my stools and urine seem normal, I only feel tired when I stay up late playing video games or studying online. However I have been a drinker for a while, but not daily or anything. I have been known to drink anywhere fro6-12 beers in a night. I am hoping that the red blood vessels are from the other night and the yellowing is simply from having bloodshot eyes the other day. My skin isn't yellow and I am having no signs of illness. Just a pale face and that odd yellow tint around the edges of my eyes. Please let me know if I should be worried about Hep C or liver damage.
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