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For "wbc" or "white blood cell" test, you do NOT need to fast.
A WBC lab test is a test where they check your White Blood Cells. White Blood Cells are part of your immune system and help fight infection. If your WBC is above 10,000 you have an infection.
The stool O and P test is the stool ova and parasites test. In this test, a stool sample is examined for the presence of intestinal parasites and their eggs, which are called ova.
They test stool for a lot of things, but drugs, so far as I know, are not one of the things they test it for. (Mostly stool samples are tested for bacteria and blood.) To test stool for drugs they'd have to liquify it, for starters. It would just be easier to ask for urine instead of stool.
One may be referring to an heme-occult stool test - a test whereby one determines whether there is blood in the stool or not.
That would refer to having another stool test (testing fecal matter for blood).A re-test is a do over.
Negative blood in stool test means no blood was found in that particular smear from that particular stool sample. Good news.
In a CBC (complete blood count), WBC stands for White Blood Cells.
Anything. You're supposed to do a clear liquid diet the day before, which means no food. However if you have any questions about pre-examination preparations you should ask your doctor for the information.
Stool culture is a test to identify bacteria in patients with a suspected infection of the digestive tract.
it can be throw in general waste.