How much do you know about the components of menstrual blood？
Menstrual blood is made up of many components
1. Blood: Menstrual blood mainly consists of blood from the lining of the uterus. It contains red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma.The color of menstruation blood can vary depending on how long it has been since the blood left the uterus, darker reds and browns may indicate that the blood has been leaving the uterus for slightly longer, while brighter reds may indicate that the blood is relatively fresh. This color change is usually normal, and there is no need to get too anxious.
2. Endometrial tissue: During menstruation, the lining of the uterus is stripped and drained out of the body. These expelled tissues are called endometrial masses. The endometrial mass is usually red or dark red and is sometimes accompanied by a blood clot or clot. This is a normal physiological phenomenon, indicating that the lining of the uterus is stripped and expelled from the body in preparation for a new cycle.
3. Bacteria: Some bacteria naturally exist in the vagina and cervix area. These bacteria may grow around the period, thanks to the vaginal environment becoming warm, moist and comfortable, providing conditions for bacteria to grow.These bacteria are usually normal components of the microbiome that help maintain the ph balance of the vagina and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria
4. Other secretions: During menstruation, the vagina and cervix secrete other substances in addition to blood and endometrial tissue. These secretions are mainly composed of water and electrolytes (such as sodium and potassium) and are a normal physiological reaction.
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