Does syphilis rash can be itchy?

Rarely. It is very rare for syphilis rash to itch. Probably it's something else. But if you have been at risk for STDs, don't take the chance; get checked for syphilis and other STDs.
It is notoriously. quite variable. Would imagine it can sometimes be itchy. Several good tests to see if one has it. The rash typically comes a bit late in the infection and the usual blood tests would definitely show it if it were present.

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