Swelling Of The Kidney And Urinary Hose Attached In The Vagina?
I am experiencing swelling of the kidney, and there is a tube. During the operation. I have a urethral tube in my vagina, I don’t know the hose in the urethra or in her vagina. But I am menstruating. Am I no longer a virgin?
Thank you for the question.
Virgin in the medical realm is not interpreted as certain anatomical changes in the vagina, such as hymen tears which are often echoed by ordinary people. Because, not all women who have had sex will be torn from the membrane. Often, there are women who have a very elastic membrane that is not easy to tear despite having sex many times. In addition, the hymen can also be torn not only because of sexual intercourse, but can also be due to abnormalities from birth, injuries, and even side effects of certain medical procedures (including the installation of urine catheters as you live).
Urinary catheter placement in people undergoing surgery for treatment of swelling in the kidneys will obviously enter the urethra to the bladder. However, in women, given the urethral estuary (the tip of the urinary tract) and the vagina (the end of the reproductive tract) are both inside the vaginal lips (vulva), then at first glance this catheter appears to enter the vagina, when in fact it is not. Urinary catheter placement in women can cause the hymen to tear, or not. However, even if your hymen is torn as a result of this procedure, provided you have never had sexual relations like a husband and wife, then you are still said to be a virgin. Compared to the risk of tearing the hymen, certainly the risk if your kidney disease is not handled properly will be much greater right? Multiply consult with your doctor or surgeon who operated on this.
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