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Jump to navigation. Any one sign doesn't mean that a child was sexually abused, but the presence of several suggests that you begin asking questions and consider seeking help. Keep in mind that some of these signs can emerge at other times of stress such as:. Physical signs of sexual abuse are rare. If you see these signs, bring your child to a doctor.
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Back to Healthy body. Here are the signs to be aware of and what to do if you suspect a child is being sexually abused. A child who is being sexually abused may care for their abuser and worry about getting them into trouble. You can talk directly to the police or your local children's social services and this can be anonymous. You can also get advice or report your concerns anonymously to the NSPCC by phoning its free helpline on If you are a health professional and suspect a child you're caring for is experiencing abuse or is at risk of abuse, you can seek advice from the "named nurse" or "named doctor" in your hospital or care setting.
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Tip Sheet: Warning Signs of Possible Sexual Abuse In A Child's Behaviors
Signs of sexual abuse may not be apparent without an examination of the genital area. These signs include:. Vaginal bleeding in a child before the beginning of menstruation is abnormal, as are other vaginal or genital symptoms such as sores, warts, pain, or unusual discharge. Abnormal vaginal bleeding may be caused by physical or sexual abuse that injures the abdominal or vaginal area.
Children respond to sexual abuse differently. All children have the right to grow up safe from abuse. Protecting children from sexual abuse is part of creating safe environments that help children grow and thrive.