where exactly does the blood come from when a woman has her period?
i know what a period basically is and stuff, but im not so sure i know what it is as far as specifically. where exactly does the blood come from? i cant say that ive ever had a period, so i mean, i really wouldnt know unless i read it in a book or something, and i havent so. lol
More Answers to "where exactly does the blood come from when a woman has her period?"The blood originates in tiny vessels that have formed in the built-up lining of the uterus in anticipation of a possible pregnancy. When the hormone levels drop just prior to the start of a new cycle, these vessels break off with the shed uterine lining, and that produces the bleeding. it comes from the puxxy silly.
the blood comes from the uterus. you bleed when the lining sheds itself The wall of the uterus becomes filled with blood in the possibility that it may receive a fertilized egg that will eventually grow into a baby.IF the blood-filled lining does not receive an egg (that is the woman is NOT pregnant), the lining is no longer needed and it sheds each month. The shed material is the female period.
It comes form the uterus, but leaves the body through the vagina.
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