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The appearance on the image is most consistent with genital warts. They do not have the appearance of skin tags. It is also possible that these are due to molluscum contagiosum, which is another viral infection of the skin.
You do not say which topical medicine was applied, but there are limited choices that are available over the counter, and none that are as effective a what can be done by a doctor. The freezing treatment for warts is more likely to be effective than any over the counter topical medicine. If this is not sufficient, then it would be better for you to see your doctor.
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Actually, several of these lesions have more of the characteristic appearance of molluscum contagiosum, which is a central umbilication (or depression). As noted above, molluscum contagiosum is also caused by a virus. Many of these will clear spontaneously, although it may take a couple months, so we frequently do not treat them on initial presentation. If they persist, then local destructive interventions, such as with freezing or chemical treatment, or surgery, such as curettage, can be used to treat the lesions.