There is not much you can do, as we do not know what is causing the problem.
She should go back to see a doctor - preferably a different one that will listen to her.
Her parents have to make time for her. They have a duty of care to their child.
The other thing that she can try is to see the school nurse.
"...try is to see the school nurse."
That is an *excellent* suggestion! I have seen/read countless posts by young people who's parents don't have time for them, and I feel so sorry for them, there's not much you can do. Sure, there's Urgent Care centers all over town, but those places need MONEY, and usually they need some 'permission' from a guardian, and then there might be subsequent 'trouble' (e.g. parent screaming at their kid "All you do is cost us money! blah blah blah").
It never occured to me that usually in just about ANY school, they have some sort of nurse!
VERY good idea!
I wish there was a way to "vote" up an answer, or award someone when they give a good answer. Jemma, you win my vote!
Thank you jerry.
It did rattle my brain, because I too hate to come across a child that is not able to approach their parents or feel that their parents have no time for them.
And then it came to me that there usually is a school nurse and that would not cost anything.
I would imagine that the school nurse would be able to give advice as to the appropriate course of action to be taken, may be even write a letter to the parents about further medical examinations.
I do hope the school nurse can help.