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What is the medical test to be taken to prove virginity?

Im going to marry a girl in few months, now i came to know that she use to hang out with males as friends
But our culture doesn't like it even i,,now she is claiming me that she is virgin, i want to know is she really virgin
i'm not in a condition to lose her plz help me any medical test can prove she is virgin or not.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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Well the process of checking whether or not a woman is a virgin usually involves checking whether or not her hymen is torn, it being assumed that the hymen can only be torn through intercourse.
The thing is that recent studies have shown that the hymen can be torn even by exercising or dancing, so its not a very reliable method.
As such I would recommend that asking your to be wife is the best way to go about things, as this test is considered to be very sexist and I believe might lead to more problems in your relationship than solving them.
I hope this helped.
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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