Regarding White Blood That Replaces Menstrual Blood?
Hello, is it true that white blood can come out in place of normal menstrual blood?
Hello Alfiani, Thank you for the question.
When a woman menstruates, the egg begins to develop in the ovary due to the influence of reproductive hormones. After the egg is cooked, the egg will be released into the fallopian tube. At the same time, the uterine wall also begins to thicken to prepare for pregnancy if fertilization occurs. Fertilization is the process of meeting sperm with a female egg. If fertilization does not occur, the egg will die and decay along with the uterine wall so that menstruation occurs. Menstrual blood that comes out is mostly red blood cells, mixed with dead uterine lining tissue, cells from the vaginal wall, and normal bacteria in the vagina.
White blood cells and red blood cells have different roles. White blood cells do not replace loss of red blood cells, including when menstruation.
Hopefully this information helps you.