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Some degree of pain will definitely be present. The actual amount of pain depends on how gently the hymen was broken, personal pain threshold of the hymen owner, etc.
There may be slight pain and bleeding at the time hymen breaks. Often you do not notice anything and don't know that hymen is broken.
No. Once the hymen has broken, it's broken for good.
No, they shouldn't as they don't have a hymen to be broken like women do.
Basically, a woman can only get pregnant after the hymen is broken.
Having one's hymen broken can be painful so it is possible you could cry.
There is no such thing as an unvirgin hymen the hymen is broken during intercourse.
Not everyone bleeds when their hymen gets broken.
You wouldn't know the exact time of the hymen breaking, assuming you are a virgin. You will know when you feel a sudden stretch/pinch/slight pain when the man penetrates you and you might bleed alittle or not.
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.
Your hymen doesnt fall out. It is just broken, and you bleed for the first couple times you have sex.
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 broken, if it hasn't been broken earlier by vigorous excercise. The female may feel some pain, so her consort should be gentle.
Because the hymen is broken and is like a boundary of skin/flesh in the vagina; naturally, when it breaks it causes pain.
There are no exercises to break the hymen. The hymen cannot be broken but can be torn if penetration is rough or forced, simply exercising is not going to tear the hymen.
No, you dont, as long as your hymen is already broken.
if the girl is bleeding it's probably broken!
If you mean breaking your hymen, no. The hymen is only broken once whether it be through the use of tampons or penile penetration. The hymen is just a thin layer of skin on the inside of the vagina, it won't grow back after it has already been broken.
The hymen is a small tough piece of tissue at the entrance of the vagina and can be broken without ever having intercourse. Some women never realize they had a hymen to begin with - others feel some pain with first intercourse and may have some slight bleeding. Using tampons may or may not break the hymen as women are all different and the exact placement or shape of the hymen varies. Lack of an intact hymen is not proof a girl has been sexually active. The hymen can also be broken during some sporting activities, such as swimming, running or biking.
You know the hymen is in tact or not (the hymen does not break, it can tear) by looking. A woman can just look at her vulva in a mirror and see whether the hymen is in tact or not.
The hymen cannot be broken, the hymen can only be stretched or torn. You know if the hymen has been torn because you can see it when you look at your vulva.
No, a gynecologist does not have to report a 'broken' hymen - why would they need to and who would they report it to? A hymen does not break, but can be torn through any form of vaginal penetration, there is no reason to report this to anyone.