WAY WAY WAY TOO MUCH INFORMATION! If a medical provider feel there has been abuse, the suspected abuse must be reported. Like teachers and therapists, medical providers are mandatory reporters.
Medical professionals are mandatory reporters. If they have any reason to suspect abuse, they are bound by Texas law to report to CPS / DFPS. In Texas it is against the law to have sex with anyone under the age of 17.
Although you have question mark on your title, there is no actual question, and you have way too much detail for a public forum. Good luck.
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In addition to the answers submitted by my Texas colleagues, which you should rely on on the issue of Texas child abuse reporting law, I would offer two additional suggestions.
1) If you are the parent, you should consult a child abuse defense attorney, in private about defending against any neglect allegations that may occur as a result of the ER report to CPS.
2) It sounds as if you are concerned that the ER may not have properly treated or diagnosed your child. You should consult with her pediatrician or a medical malpractice lawyer, in private, about getting a second opinion or additional diagnostic testing.
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