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Stool Routine Test

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Test Name :

Stool Routine Test

Also Known as :

Stool Routine Examination, Stool Routine & Microscopy Test

Sample Type :

Urine

Gender :

Both

Age group :

All Age Groups

Report Timeline :

Within 24hrs

Pre-test Instruction :

No specific preparation required

This Test Includes :

1 Tests

Price :

₹ 130

Stool Routine Test Includes:
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Description
- A stool test, or a stool routine test, is used to diagnose certain medical conditions or diseases affecting the digestive tract. Also known as stool sample test or faecal sample test, it helps doctors detect conditions like gastric or colon cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, or the presence of blood in the stool sample. Overview of the Stool Routine and Microscopy Test Bowel movements are not just a necessity of life but can help doctors diagn ....Read More

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- A stool test, or a stool routine test, is used to diagnose certain medical conditions or diseases affecting the digestive tract. Also known as stool sample test or faecal sample test, it helps doctors detect conditions like gastric or colon cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, or the presence of blood in the stool sample. Overview of the Stool Routine and Microscopy Test Bowel movements are not just a necessity of life but can help doctors diagn ....Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

A stool routine test, also called a stool analysis, is a lab test to examine a person's stool (poop). The test looks for changes in the stool that might be caused by problems in the intestines, such as infections, inflammation, or tumors.

A stool routine test is a diagnostic tool used to detect the presence of disease in the gastrointestinal tract. The test generally involves the examination of a sample of stool for the presence of blood, mucus, or other abnormal substances.

It is typically recommended that adults over the age of 50 receive a stool routine test every five years. However, your doctor may recommend more or less frequent testing depending on your individual risk factors for colorectal cancer.

When you have a stool routine test, your doctor will likely give you specific instructions on how to prepare. Here is a general guide on how to prepare for this type of test:

- If your doctor has prescribed a laxative, be sure to follow the instructions carefully. Do not take more or less than what is prescribed.
- The day before the test, eat a light diet. You should avoid fatty or fried foods, as well as dairy products.
- On the day of the test, do not eat or drink anything for several hours before the test is scheduled.
- If you are taking any medications, talk to your doctor about whether or not you should stop taking them before the test.

There are generally no risks associated with taking a stool routine test.

  • Firstly, it is important to clean the area around the anus thoroughly with soap and water. This will help to reduce the risk of contamination.
  • Secondly, a sterile lubricant should be used to insert the swab into the rectum. This will help to prevent any bacteria from entering the body through the swab.
  • Finally, after the swab has been inserted, it is important to wait for at least 30 minutes before passing any stool. This will allow time for any bacteria present in the intestine to be collected on the swab.

Fasting is not required for a stool routine test.

Yes, home sample collection is available for Stool Routine Test. One can simply opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

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