Yea, you can even check yourself to see if its broken, without a doctor.
Yes, but it is not relevant to sexual intercourse. 30% of women break their hymen during everyday activity.
No. Once the hymen has broken, it's broken for good.
No. A broken hymen does not grow back.
Basically, a woman can only get pregnant after the hymen is broken.
There is no such thing as an unvirgin hymen the hymen is broken during intercourse.
Not everyone bleeds when their hymen gets broken.
The hymen is not broken, it is torn and can be torn multiple times over a womans lifetime. You can see if it has been torn simply by looking at the hymen in a mirror.
Once its broken, its broken. Let the remnants heal. There is nothing you can do about it.
no, its normal for your hymen to brake
Firstly, your hymen cannot be 'broken' - it can wear away, stretch, or if vaginal penetration is rough or forced it can tear the hymen. Yes, you can see if it is in tact or not simply by looking.
The hymen is on the outside of the vagina, covering it. It is tissue thin, and is usually broken or partially broken by the time a female reaches puberty. If it is not at least partially broken by the time a female begins her menstrual cycle, a doctor should be able to break it. This is rare though, as common day activitys , such as running, horseback riding or yoga can break the hymen. It has almost no nerve endings so it does not usually hurt. Bleeding typically only occurs if the thick middle is broken, or if the hymen is broken in a particularly violent manner.