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Recently I have done my stool test and it shows everything nill except a few starch and vegitable cells positive in that. What does that mean actually?
The findings you mention are quite normal.
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Color yellow, consistency mushy, starch granules moderate, ova or parasite no ova or parasite seen, fat globules few, rbc 0-2hpf, pus cell 3-5, bac moderate?
Jeopardy: What is a microscopic description of a stool sample? ...Read more
The two tests: Can be complimentary and there may be some overlap but each test has the potential to show something the other does not detect. It really depends on what you mean by "stool test", there are many kinds of stool tests. ...Read more
If I'm a carrier of c diff & had a stool test done. Would toxins show up in test? I no most docs are carriers. Would they test positive if tested.
Don't worry: Clostridium difficile is ubiquitous, many (maybe most) people have a few of these among the hundreds of different species in the gut, and trying to detect (let alone treat) these people serves no public good and generates only fear and superstition. Cdc guidelines http://www. Cdc. Gov/hai/pdfs/cdiff/cohen-idsa-shea-cdi-guidelines-2010.Pdf. ...Read more
Can a stool test reveal what particular type of pseudamonas a child has if stool test shows positive for pseudamonas growth, but child is asymptomatic?
Yes: The lab can do some refined testing to determine the strain. Pseudomonas is an occasional finding in a normal kids stool. It is not particularly worrisome. ...Read more
Iam 38 years old male today I do stool test and the result show r.b.c 6-8 &pus 3-4 and some time I suffer from bloating abdomin. Can you answer me?
My daughter is 3 months old. For the last 2 weeks she is having loose motion. Her stool test show 2-3 pus cells. Plz advise?
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1. What is she feeding? 2. what was her weight gain from birth to 2 weeks ago, and what was it in the last 2 weeks? 3. How many loose motions a day? Color? 4. Vomiting? Activity level? Fever? Any other concerns?
Short version: a baby that continues to gain weight properly, and is acting well, while having loose motions, rarely has any real problem. ...Read more
Let's say I have diaherra due to ibs. If I had stool test done would it show c diff present? Or only present when toxins are high
Continuous and immediate burps after drinking water or eating anything. Barrium Test, Sonography, Stool test shows everything normal. What could be th?
Can c diff show up in stool test & have no symptoms other than constipation. Doc not in at time. Not sure if treatment needed. Toxin b present.
Yes-but no tx needed:
The latest c diff test that uses "pcr" (polymerase chain reaction) technology is 98-99% accurate. The test result may be reliable,
but, it's important that a skilled clinician examine and talk to the pt. Using their clinical judgement, if a pt has no diarrhea, high white blood cell count, and the test result is positive. You do not need therapy. Talk to the doctor re: specifics of your case. ...Read more
My doctor says she wants me to have a stool test to check for 'bugs' in my system. What will they test for? Blood test shows no sign of infection?
Ova (eggs): And parasites (bugs) in your stool. Parasites in stool will not necessarily be detected via blood tests. ...Read more
Pain/discomfort in ascending colon (2 weeks); usually when sitting; burning feeling in stomach, burning stool, stool test shows nothing, what to do?
See below: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more
Can stool test show occult blood in the bowel. Will the stool test show any indication that there is something wrong in the colon like cancer. Curious!
I am experiencing loose bowel right now with mild pain at the left side of my stomach my stool test shows occasional RBC and few pus but neg of amoeba?
Hello Doc. My stool test sample shows that puss cells have been detected and the range is 8-10 /hpf and I am experiencing an upset in bowel movement! ?
Chronic diahrea, abdom pain, parasitic, fecal blood stool test negative, gastroscopy, colonoscopy normal. Blood test show normal CRP, ESR, ferritin, IBD?
I am spitting, irritation in throat have weight loss in 6 months (6 kg) & Naueaa. Sonography, Barrium X-ray, Stool Test done &shows normal. Reason?
I am glad to know above tests are Normal. Try omeprazole /Ranitidine like drug. Also monitor what kind of food (solid vs Liquid; Spicy vs Dairy Etc) causing Nausea/irritability.
may check for celiac disease, H. pylori gastritis. May need EGD and Esophageal Motility study if symptoms continue. ...Read more
My routine stool test showed e histolytica cyst twice but stool culture test showed nothing. Wht to do?
Is it necessery to take another stool test after finishing the 10 days treatment duration of e. Histolytica? When can e.Histolytica become lethal?
Entameba histolytica: Unless you become symptomatic again it is probably unnecessary to repeat testing. Amoebiasis can be fatal when it spreads outside the colon, usually to the liver, but also to the central nervous system, lungs, heart, and other areas. This is not very common in the usa. ...Read more
See a doctor: A physical exam will be the best way to determine the source of the pain. ...Read more
Could be many things: Overall having white blood cells (pus) and red blood cells in a stool test suggest some sort of inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. But it doesn't specify why this the case. It could be related to an infection, or from an autoimmune process (like ulcerative colitis) or from low blood flow to the intestinal tract. ...Read more
Call your doctor: Depending upon the doctor's suspicion, based on your exposure risks and symptoms, your stool culture may look for salmonella, shigella, campylobacter, yersinia, and sometimes pathogenic e.Coli, additionally, stool can be checked for clostridium difficile, giardia, parasites, opportunistic pathogens, and signs of malabsorption, maldigestion, added substances. ...Read more
PH is >7; this is nl: An alkaline reaction means that the chemical strip in the "baby stool test" has registered a pH above 7. There are 2 types of solutions: acid (pH < 7) & alkaline (pH>7). Normally, the glands in the intestines release mucus & bicarbonate (NaHCO3) to neutralize stomach acid & the lubricate the colon, which makes the stool alkaline. If your baby has colitis (infection), stool would be prolific acidic ...Read more
Suggests infection: Fecal leukocytes are not normally present in stool in healthy individuals, and if 6-10 is considered moderately elevated and suggest inflammation from infection, usually a bacterial infection such as Salmonella or Shigella or potentially Ameba. Viruses or allergy cause less reaction. Leukocytes in stool can also be associated with inflammatory bowel disease, but this is unlikely in an infant. ...Read more
Contact your dr: Your doctor will be able to submit your stool specimen to an appropriate lab or will direct you to a specific lab. ...Read more
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