Hello. Does not look like warts. Wanted to know few things before i suggest anything. Since when you noticed them? Is it started with one lesion and then went on to become more? Is there size increased? Are you sexually active? Are they painful? Is there any discharge? Are there any other swelling in your inguinal region (fold between thigh and lower abdomen).
Thanks for that. I don't think they are genital warts. Even if warts, treatment is available and lesions may not last forever (least likely in your case). Considering the history provided, looks like boils which is due to superficial bacterial infection in and around hairy part on body. Such boils keep coming and then dry off by themselves. When they first appear, they look reddish in color, slowly become pale white and then when they shed off, may leave a light brown pigmentation. Suggest to observe them for couple of weeks. Keep the area dry. Can use over the counter anti bacterial dusting powder on affected part few 3-4 weeks. I am sure this will help. Take Care. If there is anything, happy to help further.
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