Chancroid is a sexually transmitted infection and is caused by hemphilus ducreyi and manifests as painful sores on the genitalia. The typical treatment is azithromycin one dose or ceftriaxone for 7 days. The chancroid will decreases in the next couple of days. However if it does not then i would advice you to see your family physician as you may need another course of antibiotics. All the best.
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