Because the hymen is so thin, and sits so close to the vaginal opening, it's delicate and susceptible to tearing during childhood. The hymen doesn't break so much as it stretches or tears, says Brightman. You can't see this, but I'm rolling my eyes so hard. Everyone would be better off if they stopped believing in the unnecessary myths surrounding the hymen. It's all totally fine and normal. Brightman says this is true for some people—just as all vaginas are different, all hymens are, too—but not everyone. There's a little bit of a truth to this, but for the most part, it's a myth. Some people don't notice it at all when their hymen is torn, and others may feel a bit of discomfort and notice light to moderate spotting.
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