The contents of the kit vary by state and jurisdiction and may include: It’s natural to want to go through these motions after a traumatic experience.
If you have done any of these activities, you can still have an exam performed.
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The term rape kit actually refers to the kit itself—a container that includes a checklist, materials, and instructions, along with envelopes and containers to package any specimens collected during the exam.
A rape kit may also be referred to as a Sexual Assault Evidence Kit (SAEK).
Doctors usually give medicines for treating the pain and symptomatic relief.
The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) has a 24/7 service hotline that connects you to your local advocacy center for help and provides crisis support by phone at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) or via their live chat service.
Find Help Near You is a feature on the RAINN site which helps you locate the rape crisis center closest to you anywhere in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.
HOPE (4673) or talk to your local sexual assault service provider.
You may have heard the term “rape kit” to refer to a sexual assault forensic exam.