There may be behavioral and/or physical “clues” to look for when considering the possibility of child sexual abuse. One sign alone may not be an indication of abuse, but if several signs are present, it is wise to consider the possibility. Behaviors are especially concerning for abuse when they represent a change from previous “baseline” or normal behaviors. It is also possible for a child to experience sexual abuse and exhibit no behavior changes. It is also possible that a child’s behavior changes are due to causes other than sexual abuse.