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Acquired diseases of the hymen
The hymen guards the introitus of the vagina  (vaginal entrance) and while its external side belongs to the vaginal vestibule, the acquired diseases of the vestibule affect the hymen as well.
Hart's line by dr D Berry Hart himself 
Manual of Gynecology,  1882
"the hymen separates the external genitals from the internal genitals"
Harts line by dr D Berry Hart himself, Manual of Gynecology, 1882, "the hymen separates the external genitals from the internal genitals"
MANUAL OF GYNECOLOGY BY
 D. BERRY HART, M.D., F.R.C.P.E.,
LECTURER ON MIDWIFERY AND DISEASES OP WOMEN, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, EDINBURGH, LATE ASSISTANT TO THE PROFESSOR OP MIDWIFERY, UNIVERSITY OP EDINBURGH; LATE PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL MEDICAL SOCIETY, ETC. :AND
A. H. BARBOUR, M.A., B.Sc, M.B.,
ASSISTANT TO THE PROFESSOR OF MIDWIFERY, UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH ;  LATE PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL MEDICAL SOCIETY. ...
EDINBURGH, 1882.

"The well developed labia majora have their inner surfaces always in contact and are only slightly separated by the widest divergence of the knees. The labia minora are always in contact and require to be artificially separated in order to see their inner surfaces. The fossa navicularis only exists when artificially opened up. Therefore, to see the external genitals fully, the labia must be separated and the prepuce drawn back.
A line running as follows separates mucous membrane from skin. Starting from the base of the inner aspect of the right labium minus, it passes down beside the base of the outer aspect of the hymen, up along the base of the inner aspect of the left labium minus, in beneath the prepuce of the clitoris, and down to where it first started from.
The vulvar slit is vertical, and lies in the middle line between the labia majora and minora.
The vaginal orifice is transverse, only exists when artificially made, and is anatomically defined by the hymen which separates the external genitals from the internal genitals. The sharp line between skin and mucous membrane can be distinctly seen on the living woman. The labia minora are skin, thin and fine, and not mucous membrane as often alleged."

Ever since 1882, medical practitioners and patients should have no doubts about how risky is exposing the vaginal vestibule mucous membrane to a variety of biological, chemical and physical noxious agents.

The non-keratinized vestibular mucosa within the Hart's line demarcated area
DOES NOT belong to Our Living Armor - the skin, which is so well protective thanks to its keratinized stratified squamous epithelium (more on
Our Living Armor here) .

vaginal opening – annular hymen fimbriated – hymenal fimbria – non-keratinized vestibular mucosa – Hart's line - vulvar papillomatosis - keratinized squamous epithelium of the labium maius
vaginal opening – annular hymen fimbriated – hymenal fimbria (plural fimbriae) – non-keratinized vestibular mucosa – Hart's line - vulvar papillomatosis - keratinized squamous epithelium of the labium maius
Most common noxious agents 
responsible for diseases of  the vaginal vestibule, including hymen

Chemical:
soaps; personal hygiene products; panties fabric; water unfit for intimate hygiene; topical medications (first of all for treatment of misdiagnosed candidiasis, but not only); not removed:
- vulvar secretions including smegma, 
- vaginal discharge including menstrual blood, cervical mucus, vaginal exudate
- urine
Biological:
germs of sexually and non-sexually trasmitted diseases carried with own finger(s) or someone else's finger(s),  lips, tongue, penis(es), as well as sex toys, toilet paper, medical instruments, underwear; germs trasmitted by contaminated water (swimming pools, lakes, rivers, seas), water unfit for intimate hygiene
Physical:
excessive rubbing the vestibule instead of stimulating the clitoris only; wrong cloth blocking ventilation, prolonged pressure due to horse-riding, cycling etc.

More on prevention and prophylaxis of provoked vestibulodynia -  provoked pain of the vaginal vestibule, infections, irritations, allergies,  toxico-allergic reactions, mucosal abrasions or superficial tears, acute ulceration of the vulva aka reactive genital ulcer and other diseases of the vaginal vestibule including hymen here:
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