pH Analysis, Body Fluid

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A Fecal pH test is one where a specimen of feces is tested for acidity or alkalinity in order to diagnose a medical condition. Stool pH is dependent in part on fermentation of sugars. LOW (acidic) pH is associated with carbohydrate malabsorption, decreased fat absorption, lactase deficiency or high lactose intake. HIGH (alkaline) pH is associated with protein breakdown, colitis (inflammation of the colon), risk factor for colorectal cancer, and use of antibiotics.

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