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Hell,I am Dr. Aren and I will help with your query.Have you been tested for herpes/HSV1 and HSV2?The first photograph is suggestive of lichen planus/genital herpes and the other photograph is of a fungal infection .It would be prudent to discuss this with your PCP and get checked for lichen planus/herpes and treated for the fungal infection .
I am sorry but this seems very much like a Herpetic lesions ,it would be prudent to rule out the HSV2 or genital herpes.
I suggest that you see a dermatologist at the earliest.This needs to be diagnosed and treated properly at the earliest.Delaying matters will just make it worse,the lesion suspected to be granuloma annulare needs to be biopsied and treated,as also the hepretic appearing lesions.
Local antifungal creams and oral antifungal drugs are used.
I would suggest that this really needs to be tested for HSV2(Genital Herpes) at the very least.
They both look like lichen planus. The latter one is called annular lichen planus. Topical corticosteroids or topical calcineurin inhibitors are often used in the treatment of genital lichen planus.