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
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.
You don't break the hymen.
The hymen is tissue that surrounds the opening to the vagina, it
can be stretched or torn but not 'broken'. The hymen can be torn as
a result of penetration if the penetration is rough or forced.
The hymen is not broken, it can be stretched or torn but not
'broke'. The hymen can be stretched or torn as a result of vaginal
penetration, if penetration is rough or forced it may be more
likely that the hymen will be torn.
Of course! You are a virgin if you never had intercourse and
most girls have had their hymen broken riding horses, gymnastics in
school etc. It can break real easily. The myth of the hymen needs
to be broken.
The hymen does not get broken, it can tear and when this happens
there may not be any blood. Bleeding during penetration is more
commonly due to vaginal tears than the hymen tearing, if the hymen
tears then how much blood depends on the individual and the damage