I'm a 36 years old virginal woman myself. Yes virginal women and teen girls can have gynecological problems, and concerns about their reproductive health system, and some have chemical imbalances that require birth control, and others can get endemotriosis, ovarian cyst, and other issues. Virgins do get reproductive health problems,too. At birth I was born prematurely, and my vaginal opening was nearly fused or almost completely closed due labial fusion. At 36 years old the lifetime effects of premature birth still have effects on me. Adult women who were born prematurely can develop different gynecological health problems as well as other medical conditions as they get older, and in addition to preterm birth effects on adults who born early can cause disabilities of different kinds! I have had menstrual issues, later on diagnosed with ADHD combination type, and other psychological issues. I was 17 when I first started having dysmenorrhea, and chronic vaginitis.