Thank you for the picture. I have zoomed in on each of the lesions that are visible on the picture.
This definitely does not have the appearance of herpes. I also notice that you said in an earlier question that these have been present for a month, and it would be atypical for herpes lesions to be present for a month.
As for what they could be, there are a couple of possibilities. Some of these bumps have a appearance of molluscum contagiosum, which is a different type of viral infection The characteristic appearance of molluscum contagiosum is of a central depression or dimple. However, it looks like you have scratched these lesions, and it makes it difficult to see whether a central depression or dimple is present. The usual molluscum contagiosum infection will clear spontaneously, but will typically takes months to clear.
It also could be a reaction to insect bites, which is why one of the doctors that you saw raised the possibility of lice or scabies. I do not see any evidence of lice or scabies, but a microscopic examination may be necessary to make the diagnosis.
So, in summary, it clearly does not look like herpes. It certainly could be molluscum contagiosum, and if so, will usually clear spontaneously.
If I can provide any additional information, please let me know.