• MyDiagnostics Microbiome Testing & Analysis (Super Gut Microbiome Health Test) in chennai
MyDiagnostics (CLIA, CAP, ISO Lab)

Gut Health Microbiome Testing - At-Home Gut Microbiome Test Chennai

Rs. 21,000

Rs. 9,499

(100% Discount)

Key Indicators (9)
  1. Bacteroidetes
  2. Firmicutes
  3. Bacteroidetes to Firmicutes Ratio 
  4. Total Probiotic Abundance 
  5. Actinobacteria
  6. Proteobacteria
  7. Actinobacteria to Proteobacteria Ratio
  8. Total Gut Pathogen Abundance
  9. Overall Gut Microbiome composition score 
Known Pathogens (41)
  1. Bacteroides fragilis
  2. Escherichia coli
  3. Bilophila wadsworthia
  4. Clostridioides difficile
  5. Bacillus cereus
  6. Clostridium botulinum
  7. Clostridium bolteae
  8. Enterococcus faecalis
  9. Fusobacterium nucleatum
  10. Klebsiella pneumoniae
  11. Clostridium butyricum
  12. Clostridium perfringens
  13. Enterococcus faecium
  14. Helicobacter pylori
  15. Staphylococcus epidermidis
  16. Streptococcus agalactiae
  17. Streptococcus pneumoniae
  18. Brucella abortus
  19. Campylobacter jejuni
  20. Clostridium tetani
  21. Leptospira interrogans
  22. Listeria monocytogenes
  23. Salmonella enterica
  24. Staphylococcus aureus
  25. Vibrio cholerae
  26. Yersinia enterocolitica
  27. Bacillus anthracis
  28. Brucella canis
  29. Brucella melitensis
  30. Brucella suis
  31. Chlamydia pneumoniae
  32. Chlamydia trachomatis
  33. Giardia lamblia
  34. Haemophilus influenzae
  35. Mycoplasma pneumoniae
  36. Proteus mirabilis
  37. Rickettsia rickettsii
  38. Shigella dysenteriae
  39. Staphylococcus saprophyticus
  40. Treponema pallidum
  41. Yersinia pestis
Disease Risk Indicators (16)
  1. Crohns Disease
  2. Chronic Kidney Disease
  3. Ulcerative Colitis
  4. Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
  5. Clostridium Difficile Infection
  6. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  7. Depression
  8. Diabetes Mellitus Type 2
  9. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  10. Hypertension
  11. Colorectal Neoplasm
  12. Constipation
  13. Atherosclerosis
  14. Obesity
  15. Rheumatoid Arthritis
  16. Anxiety

Sample Requried: Stool
Test Mode: At Home
Turn Around Time: 4-5 weeks
Fasting Time: None
Other Instructions: None

About the Gut Microbiome Testing & Analysis -Chennai

Your gut microbiome is unique, varying depending on geography, gender, culture and demographics, genetics (of your own and that of the race), diet, age and many environmental factors. But, it also follows certain larger patterns and understanding these patterns provide you with an opportunity to maintain and/or modulate your microbiome towards better health benefits. It is ideal to get a complete gut microbiome test Chennai procured for your location, to ensure that you are aware of any potential risk factors, pathogens, bacteria, etc.

Things you should know about Microbiome 

Human Microbiome

  • Estimated 100 trillion microbes
  • On and inside the body
  • Together, can weigh up to ~2 KG [~4-5lb] of the body weight

Gut Microbiome

  • >95% of this resides in the gut or the GI tract
  • With most dense abundance on the large intestine
  • Defined by 4 major groups of microorganisms - Bacteria, Archaea, Virus and Eukaryota [Fungi, Protozoa and Metazoa]
  • Bacteria is the most abundant group within the gut [>95%]
  • >10,000 species have been identified till date
  • Individual can have anywhere between 1000-2500 species

Microbiome and Diseases

  • Most of the microbes are benevolent or even beneficial
  • <5% of all microbes in gut can cause disease but has been associated with > 90% of human diseases (directly on indirectly)
  • Low or loss of microbial diversity is the most common reason of intestinal dysbiosis [disruption in the balance of microorganisms]


The key areas that our microbiome impacts are

  • Obesity & Weight Loss (Management)
  • Sports Performance (Nutrient Absorption & Metabolism)
  • Mental Health (Depression, Anxiety etc)
  • Metabolic Disease (Diabetes, Cardiac etc)
  • Auto-immune Conditions (Rheumatoid Arthritis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Ulcerative Colitis etc) 

Gut Microbiome as a very important organ

The gut microbiome plays so many important roles throughout the body and belongs to many different systems, 

  • Immunological – Immune system

  • Gastrointestinal – Digestion

  • Endocrine – Hormones

  • Neurological – Cognitive function

How this works  

See the section below

What's included in Microbiome Gut Test Chennai

  • Super Gut Report, Analysis and Recommendations by Microbiome experts 
  • 1 Personal Consult & Report Analysis 
  • Prebiotics & Probiotics Recommendations 
  • Turn Around Time: 4-5 weeks from the sample collection date 

    • Common GI Conditions

      Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD)
      IBD basically refers to any condition in which the gut tissue is chronically inflamed. With IBD, symptoms often include severe diarrhoea, pain, fatigue and weight loss. Weirdly, the exact cause of IBD is unknown. Thankfully though, we do have a good understanding of what aggravates symptoms, so with some food and lifestyle tweaks, people find they can really keep their IBD in check.

      Celiac Disease
      You hear a lot about gluten these days. It’s a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. Celiac disease is basically an extreme reaction to gluten. When someone has Celiac, eating gluten triggers an immune system response that wreaks havoc on the digestive system, really interfering with nutrient absorption. In addition to awful symptoms like persistent diarrhoea, pain, mouth sores and heartburn, Celiac can lead to iron deficiency, skin disorders, and severe malnutrition, which can be life threatening. The only way to manage Celiac disease is to stick to a lifelong gluten-free diet.

      Crohn’s Disease
      This is one type of IBD. Crohn’s can be excruciatingly painful and have potentially life-threatening complications. With Crohn’s, the inflammation can spread really deep into intestinal tissue, causing major issues like bowel blockage from scar tissue, malnutrition from poor nutrient absorption, and debilitating pain and diarrhoea. The precise causes of Crohn’s are unknown, and there is no official cure, BUT medication and nutrition therapy can be very effective in achieving remission and keeping symptoms to a minimum.

      Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
      IBS is another condition you hear a lot about these days. It’s becoming more and more commonly diagnosed. One reason may be that IBS is related to an improper balance of good/bad bacteria in the gut which is caused by poor diets, stress, medications and modern lifestyle factors. There are other causes of IBS, and symptoms vary from person to person, but most with IBS have some combination of the following: diarrhea, constipation, pain, severe gas, vomiting. The good news is, with some food and lifestyle tweaks, IBS can be very well-controlled.

      Ulcerative Colitis (UC)
      This is a form of IBD that usually comes on over time and involves ulcers and severe inflammation of the GI tract. UC can be incredibly painful and disrupt life because of extreme and unpredictable symptoms. There’s no definitive cause or cure, but some medications and nutrition therapies have been shown to significantly help people with UC get relief and even achieve long-term remission.

      GERD (Acid Reflux)
      GERD stands for gastroesophageal reflux disease. It’s when stomach acid backs up into the esophagus, that tube that connects the stomach to the throat. Symptoms include heartburn, pain in the chest area, a feeling like there’s a knot in the throat, and food or liquid coming back up. If it’s really severe and frequent, GERD can cause major damage which increases risk of esophageal cancer.


      What is the gut?

      The gut is referred to as the digestive system, including the organs and the gut microbiota present within the body. The gastrointestinal tract health is also associated with the study of the person's gut.

      What is meant by gut health?

      Gut health focuses on the function and balance of the gut microbiome present in our GI tract. A good gut health includes freedom from abdominal and rectal symptoms like gas, bloating etc

      What affects gut microbiome?

      The human gut microbiome is influenced by diet, antibiotics and age. Some diseases may also negatively impact gut health.

      When should I get my gut health tested via gut microbiome testing?

      You should check for the best stool analysis test Chennai based for your gut health test. You should also ensure that the stool test purchased has extensive coverage for multiple parameters.

      Difficulty digesting food effectively

      If you feel sleepy or tired after eating, or need to take a complete rest after meals, then you should get your gut health tested with a stool analysis in Chennai test. You can also opt for detailed testing at home with the testing kit.

      Constant fatigue and low energy

      Chronic fatigue and low energy feeling that affects your productivity, sleep, and lifestyle should be tested with a complete stool test. You can get your stool analysis Chennai test directly delivered to your address.

      Nausea and vomiting after eating

      The feeling of nausea and dizziness after eating should also be treated with the right gut health testing. A complete gut microbiome test Chennai solution should provide the right insights for your gut issues.

      Chronic inflammation in gut

      If you feel bloated after meals and experience sensitivity in your gut, along with gas, then a complete gut health check is the right approach.

      Constant feeling of irritability

      Irritability and mood regulation issues can impact your work and overall approach to wellbeing. You should get a complete stool test done to determine the root cause of your feeling of chronic irritability.


      issues with mood regulation and irritability should be diagnosed with gut microbiome test Chennai

      What are the symptoms of an unhealthy gut microbiome?

      There are several symptoms that are indicative of poor gut microbiota and overall digestive performance. The human microbiome can be impacted negatively with the wrong lifestyle and dietary patterns. It is important to perform comprehensive testing of gut microbiota regularly as a part of a systematic review and meta analysis of key indicators and risk factors for disease. You should track the following symptoms as they indicate issues in the microbiota.

      • Chronic stomach discomfort - The microbiome of the human body can immediately share signs of digestive issues through chronic discomfort. This is a preliminary symptom in patients with diseases related to poor digestive health.

      • Consistent feeling of fatigue - Regardless of how much sleep you're getting and how nutritious your meals are, if you are chronically feeling tired then you may need a gut microbiome test. An imbalance of the microbiome can immediately decrease metabolic performance in the body.

      • Skin irritations and inflammation - A secondary stage symptom, skin irritations in a person's body can be a warning sign of gut microbiome issues.

      • Autoimmune issues - Developing food intolerances, autoimmune conditions, and chronic inflammation are important signs to track when understanding the presence of good bacteria in the body.

      Is eczema a gut issue?

      There may or may not be a definitive connection between the gut and eczema. However, recent studies have found evidence promoting microbiome and gut health as a factor in cause and treatment of eczema.

      What is a microbiome?

      A microbiome is a collection of different microbes present in our body. It is composed of a variety of bacteria, fungi and viruses.

      What is the good bacteria in your stomach called?

      The good bacteria that reside in our gut are called probiotics. They are live bacteria that are also called good bacteria as they promote good gut health.

      How to improve good bacteria in the stomach?

      To improve gut bacteria we must have a healthy diet incorporating a variety of fruits, vegetables, fermented food and prebiotic foods.

      The microbiome is related to several health and disease conditions, and can significantly improve or negate the feeling of balance in the body. You should also focus on the role of exercise and adequate sleep as it can significantly improve the presence of good gut microbiota in the human body.

      How do I rebuild my gut microbiome?

      There are several strategies that individuals can opt for to improve good bacterial in the stomach. Gut issues should be identified early on, and a clear strategy should be driven to improve the quality of gut microbiota in the body. In fact, research from Antonella Gagliardi et al suggests that the introduction of probiotics can help improve gut microbiome significantly.

      It is important to consult with your doctor about the best ways to improve gut microbiome health, especially if you are experiencing chronic symptoms lasting several weeks.

      The following strategies can help improve the gut microbiota in the body -

      • Consuming prebiotic fibre.

      • Focusing on the right combination of probiotics.

      • Reducing stress in everyday life.

      • Improving sleep quality and exercise levels.

      • Enhancing quality of diet, focusing on micro and macronutrients.

      • Taking the right medication to resolve microbiome issues.


      How can I find a gut microbiome test in Chennai?

      You can get your gut bacteria and overall gut health checked with a comprehensive gut analysis test through MyDiagnostics. The Super Gut test in Chennai provides detailed information on 9 key indicators, 41 pathogens, and 16 risk factors for comprehensive testing and analysis. You can also receive your gut health test reports at home, for faster analysis.

      What is the price of a gut microbiome test online in Chennai?

      You can buy the stool analysis Chennai test from, at the price of INR 9499 after discount. The gut stool analysis Chennai cost captures all elements, from sample collection to lab testing & QC. You can reach out to us at and +91 08047166161.

      Will I receive analysis with my gut microbiome test in Chennai?

      Yes, comprehensive analysis and expert insights will be shared within your report, which will reach you via email within 4-5 weeks. You can share these reports with your doctor or gastric specialist for further analysis and treatment. 

      The Super Gut microbiome test is an at home stool test that provides deep insight into the health of your digestive system. Key indicators of the gut microbiota will be tested, along with risk factors for specific diseases such as Crohn's disease, IBS, Kidney disease, etc.

      The test includes a super gut report, with consultation on gut microbiome health with a qualified expert. Recommendations for the right combination of prebiotics and probiotics, as well as a comprehensive profile of indicators and risk factors will be provided as well.

      The following indicators and risk factors will be provided within the test -

      • Key indicators, such as actinobacteria, proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, etc.

      • Known pathogens, including Bacteroides fragilis, Escherichia coli, etc.

      • Disease risk indicators, such as Crohn's disease, constipation, hypertension, colitis, fatty liver disease, etc.

      An at home stool sample is required for the test, and the results are processed at the NABL lab. The results will be shared within 4-5 weeks, providing you comprehensive information on the digestive health of the person.

      While the test is designed to test for a comprehensive list of indicators and risk factors, anyone experiencing the following symptoms should immediately take the test -

      • Sudden weight loss or weight gain in the body

      • Issues with digestion, food allergies, and bowel movement problems

      • Hypertension and anxiety issues

      • Irritable bowel symptoms, constipation, and chronic lack of energy.

      • Skin issues or inflammation issues.

      • Nutritional issues 

      • Please follow all instructions mentioned in the testing kit for the collection of a stool sample.

      • There is no fasting required for the test protocols and sample collection.

      • Consult with your doctor when receiving the results of the test.




      Whats in the Gut Microbiome Test Kit?

      How it works ?

      Step 1 : Once you place the order we will ship the kit to your address (within 48 hours)

      Step 2 : Once your receive the kit, go through the instructions. You need to collect the morning stool sample & fill a form. Call us 1 day before the sample collection for scheduling the sample pickup. The pickup number is provided in the kit 

      Step 3 : Your sample will be picked, pre-processed and sent to CLIA/CAP Certified laboratory 

      Step 4 : The Reports will be made available in 4 weeks. You can schedule a Free consultation with the specialist 

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Human body hosts a huge number of microbes of many different kinds. These microbes play a role in many fundamental life processes. The collection of microbes that constitute the microbiome is not random; the human microbiome is made up of a set of microbes that complement each other and the human host