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.
This membrane is called the "hymen."
The hymen is a membrane that covers the vagina in a virgin only.
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.
yes especially Michael Phelps's sperm.
The hymen is tissue that surrounds the opening to a womans vagina. The hymen is tissue left over from development within the womb and so it serves no function.
If sperm go in, you can get pregnant.
Breaking the seal (or hymen) has Nothing to do with pregnancy.It is all about the sperm reaching the egg. Breaking the hymen when no sperm is around, will not result in pregnancy.The egg is deep inside. Usually fertilised in the fallopian tubes at the top of the womb.Admittedly it would be harder for the sperm to get in there, with the hymen intact, but not impossible.
The hymen is a membrane inside the vagina which is generally broken as a child/youth and does not exist in women who are adults.
Its a slang name for your hymen, a membrane that closes the opening to your vagina.
Hymen is a thin membrane that surrounds the opening to vagina. Hymen could be in different shapes. The most common Hymen is shaped like a half moon. This shape allows menstrual blood to flow out of a girl's vagina. You can see pictures of different types of hymen in recommended related link below.
The hymen is a membrane that surrounds or partially covers the external vaginalvulva, or external genitalia opening.Greek God of marriage
Imperforate: a hymen that has not been punched through or torn. A hymenal membrane with no opening. An uncommon congenital variant. Cribiform: Hymen that has piercing of small holes. A hymen with multiple openings. A congenital variant. Annular: A perfect hymen before any sexual activity or object insertion. The hymen forms a ring around the vaginal opening. The hymenal membrane extends completely around the circumference of the vaginal orifice. Septate: A hymen in which there are two openingsseparated by a narrow band of tissue. A hymen with band(s) of tissue, which bisects the orifice creating two or more opening. A congenital variant.
The hymen does not cover the entrance completely so if semen comes on it or inside you can get pregnant.
Nooo you can't get pregnant from a tampon, even if it breaks your hymen. To get pregnant there needs to be sperm involved lol.
This site helped me with my questions: http://www.youngwomenshealth.org/hymen.html