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Thank you for the information. Genital herpes
is completely ruled out based on your history. It presents as tiny fluid filled blisters that occur in groups. These then rupture to form shallow erosions, which may be mildly painful or itchy and heal with or without treatment in 5-7 days. Herpetic lesions can recur every few months for the first few years of infection, but lesions never persist for 3 months.
Your lesions are more suggestive of either genital warts or molluscum contagiosum
. The photographs were too blurry to differentiate these two accurately. Both are genital conditions cause by viral infection. Though imiquimod is effective, these lesions can sometimes be resistant to it. Nearly 30% patients do not improve despite using it for 8-12 weeks. In such patients alternative treatment is required- either doctor applied podophylin, TCA, KOH or physical destruction with cryotherapy or laser. I would suggest seeing your doctor to discuss these possibilities.
Hope this information is useful, please feel free to ask if you have any queries.
NOTE: I am sorry about the delayed reply. I am 12 hours ahead of you time wise which is partly why I only saw your posts today morning. Many thanks for your patience. Regards.