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Stool Specimen Collections:-
For routine examination

Collect one specimen per day unless otherwise instructed.


Avoiding contact with urine, pass stool directly into the stool cup OR pass stool into a large clean container (such as a cut out milk jug) OR onto a newspaper placed under the seat of the toilet. Transfer entire specimen/ 2 table spoon in clean transparent plastic or glass container using handy implement such as a plastic spoon.


The specimen must include any abnormal appearing part—mucos ( white appearance,) Blood (Red / brown / black), segments or whole worm

*** If your stools are loose, pass directly into a container, not onto newspaper.


Label the stool cup with your full name, date and time of collection.

Submit the specimen to the lab WITHIN 2 HOURS OF COLLECTION

Transport the specimen to the lab within 2 hours,


For Stool culture:

Patient Preparation


If patient had a BARIUM SWALLOW, he MUST DELAY collection until the barium has passed from his system. ( 24-48 hrs.)


If possible, avoid the following foods derivatives, and supplements for 72 hours before specimen collection


False negative occult blood  test results may be caused by :

  • Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

  • Antacids (e.g. Pepto Bismol, Maalox, mineral oil, Rolaids, Tums, Kaopectate)


False positive test results may be caused by:

  • Red meat

  • Peroxidase-rich vegetables and fruits (turnips, horseradish, artichokes, mushrooms, radishes, broccoli, bean sprouts, cauliflower, apples, oranges, bananas, cantaloupes, grapes)

  • Alcohol and aspirin (especially if taken together)

  • Therapeutic iron


other gastric irritants (steroids, rauwolfia derivatives, all nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, colchicine