Yes, it's a fact. It's not common, but you could be a virgin and be pregnant.
Yes, if any semen "leaked in" her vaginal opening, there is a chance she could become pregnant. Also, not all female virgins have a hymen, either due to genetics, injury, or athletic workouts. If she doesn't get her period, she should wait 1-2 weeks and take a pregnancy test.
Yes, because there is normally a opening in the hymen of a girl to release the mentrual blood. Through this opening the semen can come into the vagina.
The hymen is a membrane that covers the vagina in a virgin only.
This membrane is called the "hymen."
The nature of the hymen is a mucous membrane that cover entrance to vagina.
The membrane is called the hymen.
The hymen isn't that seal or close fitting membrane as many people still seem to think, but whatever she has is likely to get really stretched out during birth.
If sperm go in, you can get pregnant.