There are various lists of possible physical and behavioral indicators of child sexual abuse, some of which are:
* Waking up during the night sweating, screaming or shaking with nightmares.
* Masturbating excessively.
* Showing unusually aggressive behavior toward family members, friends, toys, and pets.
* Complaining of pain while urinating or having a bowel movement, or exhibiting symptoms of genital infections such as offensive odors, or symptoms of a sexually transmitted disease.
* Having symptoms indicating evidence of physical traumas to the genital or anal area.
* Beginning wetting the bed.
* Experiencing a loss of appetite or other eating problems, including unexplained gagging.
* Showing unusual fear of a certain place or location.
* Developing frequent unexplained health problems.
* Engaging in persist
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