The Condition Of The Egg Cells During Menstruation On Day 2?
, I want to ask … how are the conditions of the eggs when we menstruate the second day? Is there a possibility that the egg cell remains intact / does not dissolve into blood when we are menstruating?
Hello Linny, thanks for your question
In discussing the natural cycle of women or the menstrual cycle, there are actually two cycles that occur simultaneously and are synchronized with each other, namely the cycle in the ovaries (ovary) and the cycle in the uterus (uterus). The question you asked above is related to the cycle that takes place in the ovaries.
The ovarian cycle is related to the formation and release of eggs. It is generally divided into two phases:
follicular phase - includes the formation of follicles, maturation of eggs in the follicles, until the release of eggs from the follicles to the uterus (ovulation)
luteal phase - the phase after ovulation, in which the course of this phase depends on whether the fertilization of an egg by a sperm cell occurs or not
If fertilization does not occur, the remaining follicles that have ruptured will gradually regress and disappear from the ovary
If fertilization occurs, the remaining follicles will produce the hormones needed for the uterus to attach a potential fetus (embryo)
Thus, related to your question, during menstruation, the ovary is taking place in the luteal phase, in which the egg has burst and leaves the ovary into the uterus. The next trip is adjusted according to the presence or absence of fertilization. You need to know, during menstruation, what comes out as blood is the lining of the uterine wall (endometrium) which sheds because no conception sticks to it.
Hope this information is useful