You can still get pregnant without your hymen being broken. The hymen is just a piece of skin - it doesn't prevent pregnancy
Unless she was made pregnant by IVF, her hymen would have to have been broken to become pregnant in the first place. How can you still be a virgin if you are pregnant? Think it through.
No, you dont, as long as your hymen is already broken.
The broken hymen is always still there on the side and by surgery they can sow it back on, but it can not grow back.
A girl cannot get pregnant if the hymen is still intact. Penetration and ejaculation have to occur for pregnancy. A girl cannot get pregnant by sitting on a toilet seat or bathing in a tub.
The hymen would have broken during sexual intercourse, before pregnancy. So having a hymen during birth would not be an issue.
Yes. The hymen is a flap of skin over the vagina that is broken from either extreme force, or sexual penetration. Also, a tampon should not break your hymen.
You don't need surgery, you obviously have a very stretchy hymen if it is still intact after intercourse and it will give naturally when the baby is born.
You are still a virgin. You do not lose virginity until sexual experience. It just means that your hymen is broken.
If you had unprotected sex you could be pregnant.
IF the hymen is still intact it does not cover the entrance nor does it protect you from pregnancy. If you think you have a intact hymen because you never had sexual intercourse you need to think again. If one of the many small tissue folds around the vaginal entrance is covering the entrance partially it can break for many reasons like sports, masturbation, washing etc. Some are born without it covering anything.