An injury on the external sex organs of a male/female ( The area between the legs, known as the perinium) is a genital injury. It may cause either temporary or permanent damage. The symptoms include-Bleeding, Bruising, Foul-smelling vaginal discharge, Object embedded in a body opening, Groin pain or genital pain (can be extreme), Swelling, Vomiting, the inability to urinate, painful urination, wound, etc.
HOW IS GENITAL INJURY DIAGNOSED?
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is the intentional injury caused to the genital organs of females, carried out in girls mostly between infancy and 15 years of age. It is has been internationally recognized as a 'violation of human rights of girls and women'.