It is difficult to tell from your description exactly what these bumps are without seeing them. They could be genital warts or warts from a different cause such as molluscum as you mentioned. The only way to tell is for you to be examined by a health care profession. Most primary care physicians
are capable of diagnosing and treating genital warts or molluscum contagiosum warts alike. I suggest that you schedule an appointment with a general physician. Another option would be to schedule an appointment with a dermatologist
if that is easier. They will look at the bumps and be able to tell exactly what they are. There are a variety of treatment options for these warts. First, your doctor
can apply a compound called trichloroacetic acid (TCA) which kills off the virus and makes the warts fall off. They could be treated with cryotherapy (liquid nitrogen). Another option is to apply one of several different types of creams. One of these creams is a prescription medication called imiquimod. This medication activates your immune system allowing your own body's defenses to kill off the virus and allow courts to heal. In any event, please speak with your doctor get this problem taken care of quickly. Good luck.