they will be able to tell if you still have an intact hymen, but this doesn't necessarily mean virginity, a lot of girls rip or tear the hymen before they lose their virginity, I.e. (bike accident, gymnastics, sports, etc...) so unless you have a sexually transmitted disease, or rough sexual activity that could of caused tears they can't say for sure just because your hymen is no longer intact. However; if you don't participate in sports and have never had any kind of tramatic accident then they can say with a certain amount of confidence that something has torn your hymen whether it was a foreign object or sexual activity. but like xxmaionxx said this is not the purpose of a pap smear and if you don't want your parents in there, you don't have to have them with you during the exam. Also, you can tell the dr. that you are sexually active and should if you are, and he/she can't say anything to your parents.
the pop-smear is not for detecting virginity..
"A Pap smear (Pap test) is a way to look at a taste of cells taken from a woman's cervix. The examination is used to look for changes contained by the cells of the cervix that show cervical cancer or conditions that may develop into cancer.
All women who are or who own been sexually stirring, or who have reach age 21, should have an annual Pap smear. It is your best tool to detect pre-cancerous conditions and buried, small tumors that may lead to cervical cancer. If detected impulsive, cervical cancer can be cured."what different virgin nipple with no virgin one?
what ??? are you sayingHow long are you supposed to bleed after losing your virginity?