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Reaaalllly Gross Question......

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Okay, hahah, I can't believe I'm going to ask this, but I'm at work and I can't call enterolab and ask them out loud!! (If you have a weak stomach right now, don't continue reading-I'm warning you. hehe) :rolleyes:

So, I finally pooped in my bucket last night. See, I have a problem mostly with constipation, but every few days, (now that I'm back on gluten), I get "D" but sometimes it's not a lot. Well, I had that last night........and I know this is a HORRIBLE way to put it, but I don't know how else to say it.......

It was only like a "handful" ........(no, I didn't pick it up to measure.) Well, like a small handful.......that's all that came out.........so my question is, is that enough??

I already called and they are picking it up today when I get home from work.......but now I'm wondering..........does anyone know the amount that you should have available for testing?? My "number 2" is ALWAYS DIFFERENT, I never know what to expect or when to expect it, so I was happy that I went yesterday! hahaha, and was happy that I could finally send my "bucket" in........but now I feel unsure.......... ;)

Anyone know?

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That's enough.  Your all set, my sample was not much more then that and they didn't seem to have a problem with it.

Susan

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Okay, great, thanks!!! I feel a lot better now knowing I can just send it in and wait for the results! :D

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Hey, don't worry about posting stuff like that! We're used to it!

You should have seen the thread when I was going through extensive testing and I had to poop into a paint can for 48 hours!!! With chronic diarrhea, going about 20 times a day, let me tell you, IT WAS NOT FUN!!! :blink: It also turned out that I needed two paint cans, so I had quite the collection!!!! :lol:

Karen

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Hey, don't worry about posting stuff like that!  We're used to it!

You should have seen the thread when I was going through extensive testing and I had to poop into a paint can for 48 hours!!!  With chronic diarrhea, going about 20 times a day, let me tell you, IT WAS NOT FUN!!!  :blink:  It also turned out that I needed two paint cans, so I had quite the collection!!!!  :lol:

Karen

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hahahah that is so funny! WEll, not really, but ya know! I'm not really embarassed about talking about it to family and friends, especially since it seems like its my main topic of discussion these days! But to others, I don't know how they feel about the gross descriptions I give! But thanks! :D

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Guest DanceswithWolves

I made a little mountain out of mine with a spoon and stuck a flag at the top. LOL

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OH MY GOD YOU GUYS ARE TOOOOOOOO FUNNY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

DID YOU REALLY STICK A FLAG IN IT?

HAHAHA, MINE NATURALLY CAME OUT LOOKING LIKE A MOUNTAIN! :blink::P:lol:

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