Therefore, due to that Asymmetry/parity some particles would survive the annihilation process.
You're talking about two completely different things. Virtual particle pairs appearing and then disappearing in the vacuum doesn't have anything to do with asymmetry in the decay paths of real particles. If you think it does, then you are going to need to describe the specifics of the process. Explain to us, for example, how to get an electron out of the vacuum without it disappearing back into the vacuum again.
Therefore, if any virtual particle with mass at that early universe time can pop into existence and stay at existence due to asymmetry or parity idea then this idea can also work for theory D.
Decay asymmetry isn't going to help virtual particles become real, because they are two fundamentally different things.