60 min Home collection
As per NABL testing standards
Connected to your doctor
What is Stool Examination (Routine) test?
To detect the presence of any infections, blood, any conditions related to poor nutrient absorption, and even cancers in the digestive tract.
Why get the Stool Examination (Routine) test?
This test is done as part of a health screening. It is also done if anyone is having persistent diarrhea or constipation, poor weight gain or weight loss, bleeding from the rectum, anemia, and fever.
When to take this test?
Frequency to repeat test
Based on doctor advice
Precautions to be taken before for the test
No particular precautions are required, unless it is recommended by your doctor.
1. Stool Color
3. Ph (Stool) 4. Blood (Stool) 5. Mucus 6. Reducing Substance 7. Occult Blood 8. Parasite 9. OVA 10. CYSTS 11. Trophozoites 12. Red Blood Cells - Stool 13. Pus Cells - Stool 14. Vegetable Cells 15. Fat Globules
What our customers say about us
I normally have an issue with my veins as they are very thin but the technician was experienced and the sample came out in one shot at the first attempt, which really reassured me.
The pickup was done extremely nicely. Got a message when the person started , no calls for directions and most of all extremely polite representative.
Got my one year old tested. Very professional and safe. Using sealed sample kits with needles, tubes and gloves pre-packed.