Quick Answer: Does Urine And Period Blood Come Out Of The Same Hole?

The urethra is, essentially, a urinary dispensary system – it is the tube or duct that connects the bladder to the outside world and it is where the pee comes out.

Below this, there is the vagina, which is where the penis goes in during vaginal intercourse and where blood comes out during menstruation.

Do you pee and period from the same hole?

There are two holes in your vagina, one is called the urethral opening and one is the vaginal opening. Pee comes out of the first and the second spot is where your tampon goes when you are having your period. It would be a disaster if we couldn’t pee with tampons in.

Which hole does the period come out of?

Natural body chemicals, or hormones, cause your ovaries to release one egg about once a month. Most months, the egg and the lining of your uterus come out of your vagina as your period. This is part of your menstrual cycle.

Is it normal to have blood in urine during period?

Even a small amount of blood can cause urine to change color. Gross hematuria is often from problems in the lower part of the urinary tract, such as the bladder or prostate, but can also come from the kidney. Causes can be from an injury, infection or normal menstruation (a woman’s menstrual “period”).

How many holes does a woman have diagram?

three holes