Saturday, March 12, 2011 12:29:43 AM
Okay, guys, biology lesson: during a woman's period, she is not bleeding out of her veins or arteries. The lining of the uterus is what`s coming out. It`s there so that a baby can grow in it, and when there is no baby growing, a woman`s body gets rid of it (her period) and grows a new one over the next month.
The lining IS full of blood, yes, but the blood vessels that feed it have stopped flowing shortly before she gets her period, and what comes out is dead material and blood that`s not connected to her blood supply as a whole.