By George W Citroner, April 6, 2020

“The vagina is essentially a thin mucus membrane with a rich vascular supply. During sex, micro abrasions disrupt this membrane and if there are infectious entities, they’re readily dispersed due to the abundant blood supply that exists,” explained Kecia Gaither, MD, director of perinatal services at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, NYC Health + Hospitals System.

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