- Vibrio cholerae (cholera)
- Clostridium difficile (pseudomembranous enterocolitis)
- Shigella (shigellosis / bacillary dysentery)
- Salmonella typhii (typhoid fever)
- Vibrio parahaemolyticus.
- Escherichia coli.
What diseases can you get from human feces?
Human excreta and the lack of adequate personal and domestic hygiene have been implicated in the transmission of many infectious diseases including cholera, typhoid, hepatitis, polio, cryptosporidiosis, ascariasis, and schistosomiasis.
Can you get sick from feces?
It’s only a very small minority of bacteria—yes, even from your poop—that can make you physically ill. Hepatitis, typhoid fever, cholera, norovirus, polio, E. coli, tape worms, giardia, rotavirus—they’ll all spread via the aptly named fecal-oral route.
Can you get sick from cleaning up human feces?
Specifically, human feces contaminating a room or residence potentially can be infected with (in alphabetical order): Ascaris (worm) Giardia lamblia (worm) Hepatitis A (virus)
What germs are in poop?
The main pathogens that are commonly looked for in feces include:
- Bacteroides species.
- Salmonella and Shigella.
- Yersinia tends to be incubated at 30 °C (86 °F), which is cooler than usual.
- Campylobacter incubated at 42 °C (108 °F), in a special environment.