Based on the information it more closely resemble to " SECOND STAGE -LYMPHOGRANULOMA VENEREUM
LGV- It is a infection with "Chlamydia" a kind of microorganism, we classify it as parasite. LGV is primarily an infection of lymphatics and lymph nodes.It gains entrance through breaks in the skin, or it can cross the epithelial cell layer of mucous membranes. It is a type of sexually transmitted diseases .
PRIMARY STAGE -LGV may begin as a self-limited painless genital ulcer
that occurs at the contact site 3–12 days after infection.
SECONDARY STAGE - The secondary stage most often occurs 10–30 days later, but can present up to six months later. The infection spreads to the lymph nodes through lymphatic drainage
**(A) Please have safe sex
practice , (use protection)
**(B) Please consult physician
here is what they normally tend to do
1) Physical exam
2) will take some blood test
to confirm the CAUSE
3) may ask to get "HIV- test" - as LGV- is commonly seen in HIV PATIENTS.
3) will prescribe the antibiotic medication for the same
(mostly the TETRACYCLINE
group is used to treat)
ANSWER OF YOU QUESTION " can it be molluscum?" --"NO" not according to the presentation.
Nothing to worry the LGV is infection and can be cured by antibiotics.
Hope it helps.