Stool Routine & MIcroscopic Examination

Stool routine and microscopic examination is an important diagnostic tool used to detect abnormalities in the digestive system. This procedure involves analyzing a sample of stool to identify any abnormal cells, parasites, bacteria or other substances that may indicate the presence of an underlying health condition.

During the stool routine and microscopic examination, a small sample of stool is collected and sent to a laboratory for analysis. The laboratory technician examines the sample under a microscope to look for any abnormalities in the size, shape, color, or consistency of the stool. Additionally, the technician checks for the presence of any parasites, bacteria or other pathogens that may cause infections or other digestive issues.

The results of a stool routine and microscopic examination can provide valuable insights into the health of the digestive system. If any abnormalities are detected, further tests may be required to diagnose and treat any underlying conditions. This may include additional stool tests, blood tests, imaging studies, or other diagnostic procedures.


Our stool lab test provides comprehensive analysis of your gastrointestinal health. We use advanced technology and techniques to detect various types of pathogens, parasites, and bacteria that may be present in your stool. The report is delivered to you within 24 hours of the test, so you can quickly take action to improve your gut health. Our team of highly trained professionals interpret the results and provide personalized recommendations based on your unique needs. We understand the importance of timely and accurate results, which is why we prioritize delivering your report quickly. Take control of your gut health today with our stool lab test.


Before undergoing a stool routine and microscopic examination, it is important to follow certain recommendations to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the results.


First and foremost, it is important to inform your healthcare provider of any medications, supplements, or dietary changes you have made prior to the test. Certain medications or dietary changes can affect the results, so it is important to disclose this information to your healthcare provider.


Additionally, it is recommended that you avoid taking laxatives or enemas for at least 24 hours prior to the test, as these can interfere with the results. It is also important to avoid consuming red meat, beets, or other foods that can discolor the stool, as this can also affect the accuracy of the test results.