Yes, of course the hymen will heal if it is wounded. The hymen isn't some mythical body part that acts differently from other body parts, like any other part of your body it will heal when wounded.
it doesn't heal there are surgical procedures that can be done to replace it
Once its broken, its broken. Let the remnants heal. There is nothing you can do about it.
In the majority of cases it never will. In rare occasions, where only a partial tear occurs, it is possible for the hymen to heal into something resembling it's original form.
No it does not. ----- I was told it could after a Long time, and careful care of your body, doing research recently, it seems, that a few women tested the therory, and found that it does indeed heal, but not completely. To the one above: The women you are talking about took the bleeding as a sign and bleeding occur for other reasons then breaking the hymen. So the answer is no.
The "hymen" contains of many small tissue folds around the vaginal entrance so there's many small "hymens" and occasionally one can break when you insert something into the vagina so it stretches. Then they heal. Or they stretch without a problem.
The hymen is a membrane that surrounds or partially covers the external vaginalvulva, or external genitalia. The size of the hymenal opening increases with age. It is not possible to confirm with certainty that a woman is a virgin by examining her hymen. In cases of suspected rape or sexual abuse, a detailed examination of the hymen may be performed; but the condition of the hymen alone is often inconclusive. In younger children a torn hymen will typically heal very fast, in adolescents the hymenal opening does extend from natural causes and variation in shape and appearance increases. In children, although a common appearance of the hymen is crescent-shaped, many variations are possible. After a woman gives birth, she may be left with remnants of the hymen, called carunculae myrtiformes, or the hymen may be completely absent. opening.
There is no such thing as an unvirgin hymen the hymen is broken during intercourse.
Here is an article on the hymen: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hymen
A new hymen isn't formed from male and female reproductive cells, but a hymen will start to heal fairly quickly once it's been torn. This occurs as the immune system kicks into gear.
Males do not have a hymen. Theoretically, you can say that the male's foreskin is their hymen equivalent, as it serves the same purpose for the penis as a hymen does for the vagina.
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.