Had flu symptoms for five days now have itchy rash on the tops of thighs?

Infection related. It is not uncommon to develop hive-like rashes in association with viral illness and even strep infections. As the infection resolves or is treated, so will the rash. These rashes are more common in children. The location being the tops of the thighs in curious. Take a photo to show your doctor. Follow the progression and if not better, see dermatologist.

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I have a very itchy rash on my back, thighs and buttocks. I also have a sore throat and possibly a low grade fever?

No help online. for the symptoms noted, you need to be seen by a doctor, best wishes. Read more...
Recommend seeing doc. This type of rash could be a number of things -- it can be viral (e.g. EBV) vs bacterial (strep) vs an allergic reaction to a medicine or supplement vs an inflammatory skin condition. I strongly recommend getting an evaluation by a dermatologist. Read more...

I'm 49 with a low grade fever and now a non itchy rash. Should I be concerned or just treat symptoms?

Depends. If the problem has been present for more than 10 days or is getting worse by the day, see your doctor. Be sure that this is not from a new drug introduced within a couple of weeks prior to the onset of your symptoms. Read more...

I have itchy rash that started on my thighs about 3 to 4 weeks ago, and now it has developed on my face. What could be the cause? Could it be hiv

No. There are characteristic hallmarks of hiv, but "itchy rash" is not one of them. Most common causes would be virus, drug reaction, and allergy to something you came in contact with or ingested. Let a dermatologist evaluate you and tell you for sure. Read more...