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Women warned over 'winter vagina' in cold weather wreaking havoc on sex lives

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As temperatures dip, you can normally expect dry skin. Patchy elbows, chapped lips and sore throats are more of the usual suspects.

Cooler temperatures can dry the skin and lips, but there may be another unexpected bodily phenomenon to be aware of. A former midwife has warned that cold weather can lead to a phenomenon called 'winter vagina'.

Mary Burke is a former NHS midwife and senior clinical nurse at the London Bridge Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Clinic. She issued a word of warning about ‘winter vagina’, plus its causes and detrimental effects on sex lives.

Midwife Mary spoke to The Sun about the "drought" in the body that can extend to the vagina. She explained "Dry autumn and winter air depletes moisture from our bodies, leaving our

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