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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Sorting Thru POOP!
 
Supplies:
Rubber gloves, paper plates, plastic forks, a pen, a penny, and I like to use a plastic 'toilet hat' which goes under the toilet seat and collect the poop before it hits the toilet water (most pharmacies have these, if not, a medical supply).
 
The Collection:
The person poops and it collects in the toilet hat, when finished, remove the toilet hat from the toilet and put the poop on a paper plate with a plastic fork. Have a bit of a look and if there is anything interesting, if you find something interesting, put it on a clean plate using your trusty plastic fork and throw the poop from the other plate into the toilet to flush and put that dirty paper plate in the bathroom garbage (I would suggest lining the trashcan with kitchen garbage bags and change it after each of these poops). On the clean plate with the suspected worm, if you need to, put a bit of water on the plate and swish it around to see if you can get the worm cleaner, perhaps needing to then put the worm on a third plastic plate for its picture. On the clean plate with the cleaned up worm I write the date and, if you want, the initials of the person from whence the worm came. Place a penny for size context and snap a picture and mail to Kerri (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to help get an identification and post to our group so we can all congratulate you on your efforts. Then flush worm and put all paper plates, gloves, fork in garbage and take outside to the trash.
 
Clean Up:
HOT water 140 degrees F and sterilize with 96% (180 proof) grain alcohol.
 
 
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