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Is it possible to know whether a girl has had sex or just fingered vagina?

hi my question is regarding virginty,as i want to know if is it possible by medical examination or tests to determine that a virgin girl ( hymen is still intact) had fingered herself or passed by digital penetration (either penis on the labia or fingering ) before? if yes whatvare these tests and/or methods? for how long do these signs remain? and is it possible to bypass these kind of tests or examinations by any means? also the same questions regarding anal penetration for only 2-3 times (not usual act)?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Hi,

The hymen is a taut membrane like covering present in young girls which gets torn during normal sexual intercourse. It can also get torn due to other reasons like horse riding, sports activities and insertion of foreign objects, and it can also tear during rough masturbation with fingers.

There is no test to say how a hymen got torn or whether a girl is virgin. It may be surprising to know that in few women the hymen may still be intact after few sessions of intercourse as there may not have been complete insertion.

There are cosmetic surgeries where the hymen can be reconstructed. Please consult a cosmetic surgeon for information, and its a bit expensive.

Anal penetration has nothing to do with the hymen.

Hope this helps.
Dr Anjana Rao
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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