Menstrual Blood Not Dirty Blood! Here's the Medical Explanation.

Roseous.com - Menstrual Blood Not Dirty Blood! Here's the Medical Explanation. In the culture of Indonesian society, menstrual blood that women spend every month is often associated with dirty blood. However, have you ever wondered what, what is meant by dirty blood? What's the difference with blood coming out when your hand is scratched by a sharp object, for example? Is menstrual blood really dirty blood?

Consider the complete answer to menstrual blood below, according to medical glasses.

Is menstrual blood dirty blood?

Menstrual Blood Not Dirty Blood! Here's the Medical Explanation
Menstrual Blood Not Dirty Blood! Here's the Medical Explanation
Menstruation or menstruation, also often called menstruation, is a normal monthly cycle in which a woman experiences bleeding from the vagina.

Blood coming out of the vagina is often referred to as dirty blood. However, this assumption is not true when viewed from the point of view of health and science.

Menstrual blood is not dirty blood as it has been widely believed. Menstrual blood is actually no different from blood from wounds or nosebleeds. It's just that, menstrual blood contains the remaining tissue from the uterine wall that decays after the ovulation process.

Menstruation occurs when the lining in the uterine lining contains a lot of thick blood vessels and exits through the vagina.

Every month the body prepares pregnancy by releasing eggs. This release of eggs from the ovary is what is called ovulation. If the released egg cell is not fertilized by a sperm cell, the egg cell will dissolve and come out together with blood from the uterine wall.

At that time, estrogen and progesterone levels began to fall. Very low levels of estrogen and progesterone tell the body to start menstruation.

When you menstruate, your body removes monthly piles from your uterine wall. Menstrual blood and tissue flow from the uterus through a small opening in the cervix and out of the body through the vagina.

Reporting from Liputan6, according to the Clinical Nutrition Specialist of the Department of Nutrition FKUI-RSCM, Dr. dr. Inge Permadhi, MS, Sp.GK says that in the menstrual cycle, women will lose a clean blood supply containing hemoglobin. Therefore, during menstruation the body can become weak due to iron deficiency.

Actually what is meant by dirty blood?


Medically, dirty blood is deoxygeneted blood or the carbon dioxide level is too high. Conversely, a lot of oxygenated blood is called clean blood (oxygenated blood).

Blood flows from the heart to the lungs to produce oxygen, then is re-channeled to the heart and the whole body.

Oxygen-deprived blood or dirty blood will be pumped by the right ventricle of the heart, then flowed to the lungs through the pulmonary artery. Then the lungs will bind oxygen, so the blood that is channeled to the heart and the whole body is oxygen-rich blood.

If oxygen levels in the blood are low, the lungs lack oxygen to flow to the heart and the whole body. This condition is called hypoxemia.

Hypoxemia can interfere with the normal functioning of the body, including the functions of the brain, liver, heart, and other organs.

Read more: When did pregnancy occur after sex?

When your blood oxygen levels start to go low, you will feel symptoms like:

  • Shortness of breath in response to the lungs to increase oxygen levels in the blood
  • Rapid heartbeat as a heart response to help circulate oxygen in the blood throughout the body
  • Chest pain, because the heart does not receive enough oxygen
  • Headache
  • Limp body
  • Dazed
  • Restless

So if you have dirty blood in the body, you definitely feel the symptoms mentioned above, both in men and women. While menstrual blood does not lack oxygen or excess carbon dioxide, but normal blood in the body. That's why menstrual blood isn't really dirty blood.
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