The hymen is an anatomical feature. Virginity is the characteristic of never having had sex.
There is no way to tell the difference between a hymen tear that is a result of sexual activity, and one which is a result of non-sexual activity. The hymen will be torn and that's that, no symptoms more than that.
The cervix is located at the top of the vaginal canal, it is the opening to the uterus or womb.The hymen is tissue that surrounds the vaginal opening, it serves no function or purpose.
You don't have a cherry and nothing pops - your hymen can be torn from tampon use but it's very uncommon as the hymen doesn't usually cover much of the vaginal opening and it is flexible so can stretch to allow items into the vagina without tearing. You wouldn't be able to tell the difference between menstrual blood and bleeding from the hymen tearing - however bleeding from the hymen tearing is actually fairly uncommon. You could feel discomfort or a release in pressure once the tampon clears the vaginal opening if the hymen was in the way, or you could potentially see the tear if you compare the hymen before and after tampon use.
You can feel the thin band of skin at the vaginal opening. Some women (20%) are born without a hymen, so no worries if you can't feel the difference.
Here is an article on the hymen: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hymen
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.
The hymen does not disappear , it can only break.
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.
The hymen is tissue that surrounds the opening to the vagina. The hymen is the same in a virgin as it is in someone who has had sex, although sometimes sex can stretch or tear the hymen.
Yes it is possible because you can either miss the hymen or you can hit the hymen. And when you hit the hymen that's when all the pain comes in.