I had a good doctor appointment for cherub today. We talked about a lot of things, and where to start. So, she gave her a general look over, and we slowly got round to checking for damage regarding the sexual abuse. She was very gentle with cherub, and said without a real internal, it would be hard to say whether there is any damage and as we don't want to alarm cherub (we told her we were checking on the 'nappy rash' that is out of the question at this stage. She wants to refer her to a gastroentorologist as well as a paediatric urologist. She is doing a urine test in the meantime. We're also being referred to a psychologist and she is making the necessary calls to put this in place. We'll see her again next week to put the Mental Health Care plan in place. Once the urine test comes back, and we've seen a urologist we'll see where we go regarding medication. The behaviour stuff is a whole new issue, which the psychologist will take some lead in. At school, we have an AVT for 3 hours a week, and she'll take care of some of the toileting issues. At the moment it's going haywire as the teacher aides have withdrawn all their help and basically just send her to the toilet on her own to clean up. Quite adisaster as was proved today when she got so messy they had to call me to pick her up. Apparently, she had excretement on the walls, herself, etc etc. Which wouldn't have happened if she'd been supervised properly. This is because the teacher aides at her school are not paid the proper allowance for cleaning up cherub! They were doing out of their goodness, till they learned some schools get extra pay or something. Makes me a little mad at their attitude.