No I think a REAL nurse would be obligated to make sure a child got needed medical care, or risk losing her license. A REAL nurse wouldn't have believed an urban legend and would known how irresponsible it would be to accuse a 13-year-old girl of being sexually active. Because a REAL nurse, even if she believed the infection was brought on by having sex, would at least wonder about a little girl having sex---could it be abuse? I know some 13-year-olds are active by choice, but I think far more are not. If I thought a child like that was sexually active, my next question would be is she being abused---and if it seems to be by choice---has abuse hurt her decision making process?
The entire thing is so disgusting. Let's say she WAS sexually active. Shouldn't that piece of crap mother be concerned that her daughter is safe?
The convention brought on that UTI. She had to sit in this large auditorium for 4 days, not really drinking enough, not going to the bathroom enough, and that's all there is to it. But if you thought your 13-year-old was having sex, wouldn't you be concerned about the details?