Can Virginity Test Detect If You Have Had Intercourse?
Good evening my doctor Sylvia from Surabaya wants to ask – I want to marry a TNI man before marriage, there are a number of tests, namely the virginity test, which I fear is from the tool, it can be revealed that I first met with him before I had sex with my girlfriend, and will sex be detected after sex? u0026amp; whether Mr. P who once entered into the vagina will also be known also from the tool ??
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Some institutions do have their own policies relating to special requirements before becoming a member, or even the husband / wife of its members. One of the procedures that must be undertaken in connection with this is the virginity test.
In the medical field itself, it is not quite right to identify whether a virgin is a woman or only by evaluating her physical changes. Because, not infrequently, women who are no longer virgins, do not experience significant changes in their physical. Therefore, a virgin is more accurately interpreted as a woman who has never been in a sexual relationship (especially sexual relations between husband and wife, having sex). This can only be known by the honesty of the person.
Usually, the procedure is done to find out a virgin woman or not, carried out by assessing the integrity of the membrane from her. This hymen is a thin membrane located in the inner vagina. In general, women who are still virgins will have a hymen intact, not torn. Conversely, most women who have had sex, it will appear to tear in the membrane from him. If during sex you have a torn hymen, then this can indeed be detected in a virginity test conducted.
However, as mentioned above, physical examination alone is not appropriate as a benchmark in determining a woman's virginity. Because, it could be, the hymen is torn due to other factors, such as excessive masturbation, injuries while cycling, injuries during medical procedures (such as the installation of urine catheters), and so on. There are also women who are born with no hymen intact, or don't even have a hymen at all.
But again, each institution can have different policies related to this. Therefore, it is more appropriate if you directly consult this matter with your doctor at the institution where your future husband works.
I hope this helps.