A stool examination is a test that looks for signs of psoropharyngeal disease.
It’s basically a quick test to determine whether you’re sick with the disease.
To do a stool examination you have to get a stool sample from a patient and place it in a plastic tube.
The tube can then be passed to a technician who is going to look for other symptoms, such as cough, fever, and other symptoms that might be associated with psorosis.
In the United States, the stool examination can be done using a stool pad or a stool syringe.
If you’re a woman, you can use a small stool pad for your own use, as well as for your husband or partner.
This article originally appeared on Wired.com.