Hello, the system says that you have requested another expert. This is Dr. Love and I will be glad to assist you.
I have reviewed the pictures. While the pictures are blurry, the lesions clearly do not look like herpes. I agree that the most likely would be molluscum contagiosum or genital warts, and the most likely would be molluscum contagiosum, because the bumps of molluscum contagiosum tend to be smaller and occur in clusters. The other characteristic of molluscum contagiosum is that many of the bumps will develop a central depression, also called an umbilication, but these pictures are not clear enough to make a comment upon whether this is present. The umbilication is not always present, but when it is present, it is much more clear that it is due to molluscum contagiosum.
While molluscum contagiosum or genital warts may affect the urethra near the tip of the penis, they do not cause a true urethritis or cause a urethral discharge. There is no disease that would cause lesions such as this and a urethral discharge.
Molluscum contagiosum is a benign viral infection, that can be transmitted by sex, but also can be transmitted by other mechanisms, such as by contaminated objects that have come in contact with the bumps, such as towels. Consequently, it can be transmitted to your sexual partner. The only concern regarding complications would be secondary skin infection if the person picks at the bumps. It is an infection that can affect someone at any age, including children - in fact, it is most common in children during the first decade of life. It is an infection that will go away on its own, but commonly takes months, and can take a year or more.
As for the discharge, there are a variety of germs that can cause urethritis beyond the common germs of chlamydia and gonorrhea, including several non-sexually transmitted germs, but many of these germs are hard to isolate, so many doctors will simply try an empiric course of antibiotics.
If I can provide any additional information, please let me know.