Our expert says:
I think the bigger problem is not necessarily legal, it's practical. What would you look for? Do you know what the signs would be to make a decision on? I suspect that only a doctor would be able to make this call. So let's say you do the genital examination, what are you going to do?
My advice is to refer them on - the worst thing you can do is try to give advice in a sphere that you're not fully familiar with. It's like I would not give advice on specific diet, or injury rehab, and I think the best is always to ask "where is the best specialist' and then your job is to refer on to them.
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