GI-MAP test with 30 minute consult
Package includes one GI-MAP test and one 30-minute consultation with Dr. Gupta
Fasting Required: No
Lab: Diagnostic Solutions
Results: 7-10 business days
Note: Result turnaround times are an estimate and are not guaranteed. Our reference lab may need additional time due to weather, holidays, confirmation/repeat testing, or equipment maintenance.
International patients, please note that the online price only includes one-way shipping. You are responsible for paying return shipping to the U.S. and any other related costs or import duties.
This package DOES NOT include any supplements or follow-up support after the initial consult. If you require a full service package inclusive of supplements and follow-up support, Dr. Gupta's Signature Gut and Hormone Restore program is more suited for your needs.
Special Instructions: Ship to lab Monday-Friday only. Specimen MUST be received by the lab within 6 days of collection. If you cannot ship the specimen on the day of collection, please refrigerate the sample. Avoid taking aspirin for 2 days prior to collection. DO NOT discontinue any medications unless directed by your physician.
Description: The GI-MAP stool test utilizes cutting edge, Quantitative PCR technology to provide a true DNA/PCR based stool test. This technology has high sensitivity, specificity and a rapid turnaround. The GI pathogens include bacteria, parasites and viruses.
Continuing with this platform, the GI-MAP measures opportunistic organisms, normal flora, fungi, parasites and antibiotic resistance genes. And the Plus refers to immunologic markers for GI health and function including SIgA, Elastase, Calprotectin and Anti-gliadin testing.
The GI-MAP can be used in the detection and identification of gastrointestinal microbial nucleic acids and has been clinically validated for the detection of gastrointestinal pathogens that cause infectious colitis or gastroenteritis. It measures a substantial list of opportunistic pathogens as well as a list of FDA-cleared pathogens, including novel targets such as viruses, Microsporidia, and pathogenic virulence factors.
Normal Bacterial Flora
H. pylori with virulence factors