Skip to content. My four-year-old daughter has been suffering from sore genitals, with varying degrees of soreness, for months now. Sometimes her outer labia look quite red and irritated and a crack forms just above where the labia join together. We've seen her with her hand down her pants, but she doesn't seem to play with herself excessively.
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By Bonnie Schiedel January 24, Here are some tips on how to have these important chats. When should a kid learn about consent? In terms of safety and consent, says Noon, teach your child from toddlerhood that there are different private parts on his or her body—the mouth, the breasts, the genitals and the buttocks—and that no one is allowed to see or touch them without permission. Clarifying, of course, that mom, dad or caregivers can help wash their body, a dentist will look in their mouth at an office visit and a doctor or nurse may look at genitals with a parent present. Dealing with nudity So what do you do if you walk into a room during a playdate and discover two naked six-year-olds? Instead, tell the kids to get dressed and take them into the kitchen for a drink.
Vaginal foreign bodies are a complaint occasionally encountered in pediatric clinics and emergency departments, and when pediatric patients present with a vaginal foreign body sexual abuse may not be considered. We describe two children with vaginal foreign bodies who were found to have been sexually abused. Each child had a discharge positive for a sexually transmitted infection despite no disclosure or allegation of abuse. We recommend that all pre-pubertal girls who present with a vaginal foreign body should be considered as possible victims of sexual abuse and should receive a sexual abuse history and testing for sexually transmitted infections. Child sexual abuse is a significant problem in the United States. The history is rarely helpful because the insertion is frequently not witnessed by an adult nor does the child usually disclose putting an object into the vagina. Foreign bodies have been reported to be inserted by children because the genital area may be pruritic, the children may be exploring their bodies, or it is a behavior related to sexual abuse. Sexually transmitted infections STI are a rare cause of vaginal discharge in pre-pubertal girls.
We have a 22 month old daughter who has begun exploring her body. What do I call her body parts - specifically her genitals - private parts, girly parts, vagina? What would be best for her psychologically? You're not alone in asking this question. Our culture's simultaneous discomfort and fascination with sex leaves most parents feeling awkward naming their child's sexual organs. This is especially true for girls. What's best for children psychologically as they learn words for their body parts is that they feel comfortable with their bodies, genitals and all. That means that we need to be as straight-forward in naming their genitals as we are in naming their other body parts. Using euphemisms signals our own discomfort.