More thoughts about transiting Mars in Virgo...
Virgo needs to fix, but in order to do this, something needs to be broken. Virgo is hardwired to aim for the purest version of everything. If nothing is wrong, Virgo will dig until it finds something (because there's always room for improvement). A common complaint about this sign is that it is in a state of perpetual crisis.
That's because Virgo is the sign of crisis. Each sign learns in its own way, and Virgo learns by confronting problems and disillusionment. Yes, purity for Virgo is attained by confronting the unvarnished truth. If there's a bit of suffering thrown in, all the better. The Virgo path is littered with sharp stones, because (according to Virgo) nothing worth achieving comes easily. Why is ____ wrong/broken/missing? What does it mean? Let's punch through the glamour and see what's really going on. The healthy expression of this is a no nonsense attitude that leads to improvement. The unhealthy expression is becoming mired in the conviction that nothing will ever be ok.
Where you have Virgo in your chart is where you will experience crises. This is meant to show you the truth. Think about that; where something breaks down is where you'll find the truth. Transiting Mars will energize this area, which means you may be hit by a crisis (appropriate to the house Virgo is located in) under this influence. Don't get freaked out by the word "crisis." It doesn't have to be a huge deal. Virgo crises often consist of routine issues that need improvement. This can be anything from getting back on the exercise/clean eating wagon, to getting ambitious about cleaning your basement, to deciding that you need to purge your list of friends, and focus only on the ones who have been there for you. The urge to fix your issue may be preceded by a moment of humbling or disappointment.
Use this transit to get it done. Just be cautious about getting stuck in perpetual crisis mode. If it's broken, fix it and move on.