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Had abortion. Planning to get married. Is it possible to know one has had abortion during intercourse?

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Hello,
My elder sister had a problem,she breakup with her boyfriend and they participated in intercourse and she got abortion for a time.Now we are planning to marry her but she is very afraid to getting marriage.did her husband can came to know anything while in the time of intercourse.Can u plz help her out?
Posted Fri, 14 Jun 2013 in Women's Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 1 hour later
Hello,
At the time of intercourse, its not possible to know whether one has had an abortion. However, sometimes, the male partner can determine if the female partner's hymen is intact or not. That means virginity can sometimes be known.It depends on how attuned the male is towards his partner. But whether abortion was done,is not an issue.
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Follow-up: Had abortion. Planning to get married. Is it possible to know one has had abortion during intercourse? 55 minutes later
Is there any chance of not knowing about that hymen tore?
 
 
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 33 minutes later
Some men can tell and some cant. If the hymen breaks there will be some blood. If that missing, some men can tell. Some men who arent sensitive enough,cant tell if the hymen was present.
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Follow-up: Had abortion. Planning to get married. Is it possible to know one has had abortion during intercourse? 11 hours later
Mam Finally suggest plz,Is there any issues after getting marriage did he came to know about the fast apart from that hymen?
 
 
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 4 minutes later
i dont understand what you you want to ask.please clarify.
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