The CDC does not consider hep c to be a sexually transmitted illness especially for long-term monogamous couples. For people with multiple sexual partners, engage in rough sexual practices or in the presence of HIV there is an increased risk of sexual transmission.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), up to 80 percent of those with acute hepatitis C won’t experience symptoms.
In some cases, people will experience symptoms not long after being infected. These symptoms can be mild or severe and include:
If you develop hepatitis C symptoms soon after infection, you might also have these symptoms:
nausea or vomiting
joint or muscle pain
abnormalities in urine or bowel movements
yellowing of eyes or skin
Early symptoms usually occur around six or seven weeks after exposure to the hepatitis C virus.
Some people may develop hepatitis C symptoms within two weeks of infection. Others might experience a longer delay before noticing symptoms.
It could take from 6 months to 10 years or more before someone with the virus becomes aware of any symptoms. This is because it can take years for the virus to lead to liver damage.
The symptoms you are asking about Terry’s nails and Palmar erythema can be symptoms of very advanced liver disease. Only about 20% of people infected for 20 years will develop advanced liver disease so I very much doubt you have either Terry’s nails or Palmar erythema.
If it has been more than 12 weeks since your concerning event have the test for hep c antibodies then you will know you were exposed to hep C. Next you would need to have a second blood test the HCV RNA by PCR test which looks for the hep c virus itself to determine if you are currently infected but this is only done if you test positive antibodies.
Strangers on the internet cannot diagnose you see your doctor for medical advice and diagnosis.
I want give you good advice stop eating everything has lot of sugar and salt then you’ll stop itching
If you get tested for Hepatitis B or C you will know if you are infected. You are wasting your time asking non medical people on the internet about your symptoms. Thee is zero way we can diagnose you the only way to know what is going on it too see your DOCTOR.
See your DOCTOR, get tested and if needed get treated.
Hep c is now about 98% or better odds of being cured today.
Stop guessing and wasting your time
SEE YOUR DOCTOR