GI-MAP Stool Test
Purpose of Test
The GI-MAP stool test looks for overgrowths of bacteria, parasites, worms, fungi and viruses.
The panel includes opportunistic organisms, normal flora, parasites, and fungi. DNA/PCR techniques also allow for the measurement of antibiotic resistance genes and virulence factors that contribute to pathogenicity. These organisms can be at the root cause for many chronic conditions.
What are the Test Kit collection requirements?
Is the patient responsible for postage?
Do I need to stop taking any of my medications before I collect my GI-MAP sample
Absorbent Material missing:
My test kit did not have a Test Requisition Form.
I spilled some of the liquid from the collection vial. What should I do?
Can I ship my specimen on Friday?
My clinicians signature is not on the requisition, is this required?
What happens if I receive a white invoice in the mail for the test?
How to fill out your shipping documents:
International Waybill (Shipping form)
3. Call Fedex at 1-800-463-3339 to arrange a pick up or you can drop off the box directly at a Fedex close by to you. They can help you arrange all the paperwork.