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I need help with my pelvic exam report. What is having a Virginal Introitus (It's Not vaginal introitus) mean on a pelvic exam? Is my hymen intact?

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Dr. John Munshower
Family Medicine
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In brief: Description

The vaginal orifice is an introitus that leads to the vaginal canal.
Virginal simply refers to the fact that the Doctor dictating the report (whom did your pelvic exam) is under the impression that you are a Virgin. You cannot infer that your hymen is intact purely from this description. Hope this helps.

In brief: Description

The vaginal orifice is an introitus that leads to the vaginal canal.
Virginal simply refers to the fact that the Doctor dictating the report (whom did your pelvic exam) is under the impression that you are a Virgin. You cannot infer that your hymen is intact purely from this description. Hope this helps.
Dr. John Munshower
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Dr. Corey Clay
Possible that this is a typo. I've not heard the term "Virginal" before and would suspect "virginal hymen" would have been used if that was the intended comment.
Dr. Ajay Acharya
Internal Medicine

In brief: Entrance of vagina.

Every vagina has a entrance.
Hymen if there limits the space partially or completely......

In brief: Entrance of vagina.

Every vagina has a entrance.
Hymen if there limits the space partially or completely......
Dr. Ajay Acharya
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