Yellow palms and feet are not a sign of jaundice from liver disease. The skin all over will turn yellow and not just one place and I have never heard of just the feet or palms of the hands being yellow first. Not only that, cirrhosis takes many many years to form. The experts give an estimate of 10+ years of heavy drinking that alcoholics do usually daily before cirrhosis MIGHT start to form. It can takes decades of abuse on others. The time frame varies quite a bit from one person to another, but it usually takes at least 10 years for it to form. Whatever is going on with your palms and feet is not from cirrhosis or your drinking. Drinking for just a few months would give it no chance at all to form and I don't care how much you drank in that time.
So just lighten up on the booze and go on with your life because you are not dying from cirrhosis. Can you imagine having cirrhosis from a few months of drinking? How many kids in college would need a liver transplant if that was the case? We would have young students dying all over the place. It would be the biggest news in the country.
By the way, just to let you know that if you did have cirrhosis, there is no cure other than a liver transplant and all they can do it treat the symptoms of the disease to make a person more comfortable. If you want to know what is going on with your hands and feet, go see a doctor. I bet it's really nothing. You don't know how many people I have talked to who think they are yellow and they weren't yellow at all.
I'm a nurse who had cirrhosis of the liver from an autoimmune disease and received a liver transplant.