Is this an STD? (Lots of pics, lots of anxiety!!)

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Hi, I last had sex with a consistent partner in February of 2020 but it was unprotected. After that relationship ended, I tested negative for everything when my STD panel was done. But today in the shower I noticed that I had one raised bump near my perineum and it felt sore, as well as the area around it. I shaved the area to get a closer look, and it looks like there's a rash/dry skin but there is discomfort. There were also other individual raised bumps that looked like they were a bit red and maybe leaking a clear liquid. I have no other symptoms. They're not itchy or super painful but they're a bit sore. Is this herpes or HPV or another STD that may be appearing now, months later? They don't look like blisters either, more like mosquito bites.

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I don't have a yeast infection or eczema btw. Could it just be irritated skin? Sometimes my skin there can be sensitive and get irritated if I wipe roughly, but I don't know. Thanks!

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    I circled the irritated looking bump, and then the skin around it so you can see textural differences. I'm not sure if I'm just over-reacting but it's hard because we're always warned about STDs but I feel like no one ever shows us what they look like and on the internet it's really hard to get a clear idea cause some look different than others even though it's the same condition.

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