The hymen is a ring-like skin membrane that sits in the lower 1/3rd of the vagina. It marks the spot where the vulvovaginal bulbs fuse with the Mullerian ducts from above then hollow out to form the vagina during a girl’s embryonic life.
Hymen is a membrane which is partly absorbed in center to form a passage for exit of menstrual blood.
Who is a candidate?
The hymen can be broken due to several reasons and usually although not always, some bleeding will be experienced –
all women with torn hymen can be candidate of surgery if medically fit.
Recuperation and Healing
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