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It's Laura's first day of school! As she wakes up she warms herself up and throws on her favorite cardigan because while she was asleep her body temperature was extremely low. The goosebumps on her skin, from the arrector pili nerve contracting around the hair follicles on Laura's body, slowly lower as the nerve relaxes without the stimulus of the cold on her integumentary system. The arrector pili, deep in the dermis layer of the skin, responded to the hypothalamus that induced the goosebumps along with the constriction of blood vessels and Laura's shivers
Nervous about meeting her new classmates, Laura decides to release the buildup of urine within her urinary system as she pees and her bladder is finally relieved as it leaves her urinary tract through Laura's vagina. The wastes from Laura's blood was filtered overnight by her kidneys who worked hard to produce the urine that is taken through the ureters to the bladder and then to the urethra.
To further relieve her stress, Laura decides to go for a run around campus before her first class. As she runs, she feels her legs start to ache and her lungs start to contracts bigger as she takes oxygen in. As her body uses more glucose to form ATP (adenosine triphosphate ), Laura's muscles release more and more lactic acid, which causes the burn Laura feels in her legs from the physical exertion of running in her skeletal muscles, specifically in her quadriceps and hamstrings of her muscular system. Similarly, her lung muscles contract in and out and her heart rate rises from her movement, which is why her cardiac muscles work to pump blood to the heart harder.
Stress, stress, stress...
Because she was lost in her thoughts while running she was late to her first class. Laura's heart pounds her breaths start to come faster and shorter. The carbon dioxide levels in her respiratory system are low as she takes these quick breaths through her lungs and the alveolar sacs in her lungs do their best to diffuse oxygen into the blood stream to create more carbon dioxide. As she tries to take in more oxygen, Laura accidentally chokes on her spit and escapes into her trachea instead of her esophagus, causing her to cough. As she does her best to catch her breath slowly, Laura sees that she's made it to her class.
Laura makes it to her class just seconds before her professor walks in. She is so nervous, still, that as she sits down she feels the gases building up in her bowel from her digestive system. She releases the build up of gases in her gut through her rectum and hopes to God know one smells it. The bean burritos from last night had made their way from being mashed both mechanically and chemically from the saliva from her salivary glands of the oral cavity all the way down the esophagus and to the stomach where peristalsis takes effect and makes the chyme that is deposited into the small intestine, which absorbs the water and nutrients into the bloodstream.
To her surprise, Laura is greeted with a pop quiz on the summer reading the class was assigned. Unfortunately, Laura didn't completely read the chapters assigned and looked for an excuse to give her more time to study. As she looked down into her lap at her hands she noticed a red spot on her gray jeans. What another surprise, mother reproductive system has come to visit for her week long stay as she does every month, in Laura's female body. The lining of her uterus becomes thick as it awaits the fertilization of her reproductive eggs, and when they aren't used, shed and the lining tissue and blood leaves Laura's cervix and vagina.
Excuse me, Professor Mathisen, may I be excused to the restroom please?
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