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Hymen Restoration - Like a Virgin Again

The hymen may need to be recreated for cultural, religious or tradtional reasons. It is not unusual for some couples want to re-experience their first act of intercourse.

Virgin: restoring virginity?

The term "virgin" typically means someone who has never had sexual intercourse, specifically the penis entering the vagina.

A man loses his virginity the first time his penis enters the vagina. Similarly, a woman loses her virginity the first time a penis enters her vagina

Being a virgin is not about whether a woman's hymen is intact or broken. Restoring virginity, for that matter, is not possible.

It used to be that on her wedding night, if a woman's first sexual intercourse was painful and left blood on the sheets, this was proof that she was a virgin.

Function of the hymen

The biological function of the human hymen is still uncertain. Scientists hypothesize that it protects the vagina from infection in infants. It has to be incomplete, in order to allow the outflow of menstrual blood at the onset of puberty.

The social function of the hymen, however, has been and still is a mythical symbol of virginity in many cultures.

Hymen Restoration FAQ

Function of the hymen

The biological function of the human hymen is still uncertain. Scientists hypothesize that it protects the vagina from infection in infants. It has to be incomplete, in order to allow the outflow of menstrual blood at the onset of puberty.The social function of the hymen, however, has been and still is a mythical symbol of virginity in many cultures.

Rupture of the hymen

Rupture of the hymen normally occurs during first intercourse (coitus) or rape. But many girls and teens tear, or otherwise dilate, their hymen for instance:
During sports like bicycling, horseback riding, gymnastics etc.

Inserting tampons.

A girl may not even be aware that a hymen tear has occurred, since there may be little or no blood loss, nor pain.