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How to use MaMome's Test Kit 

Transforming Prenatal Care

Empowering Early Action
MaMome's cutting-edge microbiome stool test offers a reliable early detection method, providing expectant mothers with the confidence and peace of mind they deserve.

Our Simple Guide to Using MaMome

Order Your Kit

Sign up online and receive your microbiome test kit at your doorstep.

Collect Your Sample

Follow the simple instructions to collect your sample and mail it back to us using the pre-paid envelope.

Explore Your Microbiome

Our experts analyze your sample and create a detailed report about your gut health.

Get Personalized Insights

Review your results online or opt for a personalized consultation to discuss your findings and get actionable health tips.

Contents of the Kit

  • Toilet seat cover

  • Collection tube

  • Biohazard bag

  • Patient ID label

  • Gloves

  • Pre-paid shipping envelope

Sample, Send, Summary
After taking your sample, follow the instructions for sending it to the lab. You'll receive your results summary report within 2-3 weeks.

Understanding Your MaMome Test Results

The MaMome Test is used to detect biomarkers in the DNA from your stool sample that are associated with gestational diabetes. Your healthcare provider will discuss your results with you. The test result can be Positive, Negative, or No Result Obtained, each necessitating different follow-up actions.


You can log in and review your results if you've already returned your kit. If you've returned your kit but haven't received your results yet, you can track your kit here.

Test Results:

What does a negative result mean?

  • The test did not detect specific biomarkers associated with gestational diabetes in your stool sample.

  • False negatives are possible, meaning the result did not detect gestational diabetes even though it might be present.

  • For this reason, it is recommended that you continue with regular prenatal check-ups and screenings as advised by your healthcare provider.

  • Speak to your healthcare provider about your test result. Your provider will advise on the next steps and whether further screening or testing is recommended based on your overall health and risk factors.

What does a positive result mean?

  • The test detected biomarkers in your stool sample associated with gestational diabetes.

  • It is possible for the test to have a false positive, meaning gestational diabetes may not actually be present.

  • Any positive result should be followed by further clinical evaluation.

  • Discuss your test result with your healthcare provider to determine if further diagnostic tests are needed

What does no result mean?

  • "No Result Obtained" means the test was unable to provide a conclusive result due to technical issues, such as inadequate DNA quantity or quality in the sample.

  • If this occurs, your healthcare provider will discuss the next steps with you, which may include providing another stool sample for the test.

Next Steps

Always discuss your test results with your healthcare provider to understand what they mean for your health and to determine the appropriate follow-up actions.


Your healthcare provider will guide you on any additional tests or monitoring that may be necessary based on your results.

Ready to Get Started?

Already have a kit from your provider?

Follow the link below to create your account using the unique code included in your kit.

Need to request a kit?

There are two ways to request a kit: using a telehealth provider, or working with a doctor in person. Follow the link below to get started.

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