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Had unprotected sex, hymen broke. Is there any way to heal?

am 23 years old, am in a serious problem plssss help me. A guy was proposing me from 6years last yr his father and family met my parents and arranged mrg. i acceptd bcoz that was an arranged mrg and that guy loves me alot. he forced me for sexual intercourse before mrg, as we got engaged i accptd. After few days he started harrasing me abusing me, finally break up hogaya. Am thankful tht such person is nt in my life otherwise i have to kill myself. my parents are luking for mrg proposals now, am so scared to marry . my hymen is broken i cant say this to my future husband. plsssssss help me
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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Thanks for your query Shiny.
Breaking of Hymen has nothing to do with virginity nowadays when girls freely participate in outdoor activities. It may rupture during heavy exercise, or playing or while self stimulation as some girls may do or by injury. So you have so many excuses !
Answered: Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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