Stool is normally brown because of pigments formed by bacteria acting on bile introduced into the digestive system from the liver. While certain conditions can cause changes in stool color, many changes are harmless and are caused by pigments in foods or dietary supplements. Consistency: Stool normally contains about 75% water and ideally should be formed and soft. Stool consistency can vary based upon transit time and water absorption.
Macroscopic Examination (CMI24)
Macroscopic for stool consistency and worms
Laboratory: Doctors Data
View analytes within this test: Macroscopic Worm Analysis
Test Type: Stool
Test Area: Gut Health
Turn Around Time: 5 days.