The Vaginal Opening Where Menstrual Blood And Urine Come Out?
Hello,. I am Khilda, I am 17 years old. R n r nI want to ask, where does menstrual blood come from? Under the lips of the vagina and the discharge hole for urine, there is a hole with a white clot that feels painful when touched and that’s where my menstrual blood came out. Meanwhile, after I menstrual blood came out in the same hole as the urine. R n r nThank you.
Hello Khilda, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
The groin area consists of 3 outlets:
outlet of the digestive system, called the anus
outlet from the reproductive system, called the vaginal opening
outlet from the urethra, called the urethra
Blood that comes out during menstruation is the result of shedding from the endometrial lining in the uterus (which is part of the reproductive system). Therefore, menstrual blood will come out of the reproductive tract or vaginal opening. Menstrual blood does not come out of the same hole as the urine output hole.
The following is an overview of the normal anatomy of each outlet for each organ system:
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