Bugs Where?

Like the mouth, the vagina, the rectum, the bladder, the uterus is not a sterile place. Although the most "recent" work was many years ago by a Dr. Bartlett (1977) they showed on average there were at least 2.1 species of bacteria living in the uterus at all times. and 4.2 "at the gate" in the cervix. So not a sterile place at all. What the "function" of the bacteria living there are is of yet unknown, but I'd loved to hear your thoughts!

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