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Stool examination in the BIOMES-laboratory

A laboratory stool test provides you with valuable information about your intestinal dwellers and whether they completely fulfil their important tasks. You decide for yourself whether you want to order a stool test from our laboratory privately: a visit to the doctor is not necessary.

You’re under the impression that your bowel is missing something and it’s not up to scratch? Then with the help of BIOMES take a close look at your intestinal bacteria and find out how you can help your bowel.

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Private stool examination: Why?

You wonder why you should order a stool test from a private laboratory – and pay for it yourself?

  • because we provide you with a comprehensive analysis of your intestinal bacteria – and can draw many conclusions from it, namely on your digestion, your immune system or a possible tendency to intolerances.
  • because our test according to latest scientific standards shows what is out of balance in your intestine.
  • because with our individual recommendations you can sustainably improve your well-being on the basis of your test result.

It is not always a serious illness that leads to discomfort in the intestine – and beyond. Because our intestine is responsible for the well-being of the whole body. Also a weakened immune system, lack of vitamins, food intolerances or allergies can lead to an unbalanced intestinal flora.

If you have had complaints with an unknown cause for some time or simply want to know what your bowel needs the most, our laboratory stool test INTEST.pro will give you answers to them.

Procedure of stool examination in the BIOMES-laboratory

The laboratory stool test at BIOMES is carried out according to the latest biotechnological standards. By DNA analysis through the so-called High throughput sequencing (HTS) we can determine any microorganisms in your intestine with the greatest possible accuracy. We also evaluate their number and your digestion in general – for example, how you can benefit from vitamins, calories and fats.

The most important about our test:

You take the sample yourself by wiping it off the toilet paper with a cotton swab.

The procedure requires only a small amount of stool.

The liquid in the sample vessel preserves the DNA of the intestinal bacteria for more than 2 years without any cooling.

All you need for the test will be sent to you by mail.

The stool diagnosis in the laboratory takes about two to three weeks.

Then you can view the results in your personal dashboard in a clear and comprehensive way.

INTEST.pro Tips for sample collection

Basically, your part in the stool examination – taking the stool sample – is child’s play. However, there are a few tips you can follow:

  • you want to get to the bottom of concrete complaints? Then take the stool sample at a time when the symptoms occur.
  • you want to have a picture of your bowel in normal condition? Choose a normal day for sampling where you have eaten normally, are not abnormally stressed and no party night is behind you.
  • about 75 % of your intestinal flora is stable. So you can’t do too much wrong if you choose the time of your stool sample.
  • take the stool sample relaxed at home, without time pressure and completely discreet.

You see, there’s not much to consider. Simply follow our instructions – which are included in the test kit – to secure the stool sample, send the filled sample container to our laboratory for private stool tests and you will soon have a detailed test evaluation and analysis of your intestinal flora.

More information about INTEST.pro The BIOMES intestinal test

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1. Cao Y, Fanning S, Proos S, Jordan K and Srikumar S. A Review on the Applications of Next Generation Sequencing Technologies as Applied to Food-Related Microbiome Studies. Front. Microbiol. 2017, 8:1829. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2017.01829/full