Finally get the answers you deserve from the comfort of your own home with the trio-smart breath test. No appointment needed and results delivered directly to you when you order through our free telehealth service.
THE ANSWER COULD BE IN YOUR BREATH
A breath test can help you determine if your symptoms are caused by treatable conditions like small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO).
Learn more about SIBO and its variations here.
trio-smart is the only three-gas breath test that measures all of the primary fermented gases produced in your gut: hydrogen, methane, and hydrogen sulfide.
Learn more about breath testing here.
Treatment plans can be personalized for you by determining which of the three gases are elevated in your breath, so you can finally start feeling better.
Learn more about treatments here.
TRIO-SMART IS EASY, AFFORDABLE, AND RELIABLE
trio-smart offers at-home sample collection to make testing convenient for you.
trio-smart is covered in part by most insurance plans.
trio-smart uses a patented gas measurement device that is the most precise available, significantly lowering the risk of false positives and false negatives.
TRIO-SMART IS HELPING THOUSANDS OF PATIENTS FIND ANSWERS
Hear from real patients about their personal experiences with the trio-smart breath test by watching the videos below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is trio-smart?
trio-smart is a mail-in breath test that aids in the diagnosis of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), intestinal methanogenic overgrowth (IMO) and excess hydrogen sulfide. trio-smart is the only three-gas breath test that measures all of the primary fermented gases produced in your gut: hydrogen, methane, and hydrogen sulfide. Breath samples can be collected in the comfort of your own home. Data from trio-smart can help you and your provider determine the best course of treatment for you.
How do I know if trio-smart is right for me?
If you experience any of the following symptoms once a week or more for at least four weeks, then trio-smart could provide you with answers about your GI symptoms: bloating (especially after eating), gas, diarrhea and/or constipation.
What does trio-smart detect?
The trio-smart breath test measures the three primary fermented gases produced in your microbiome. The gases measured are hydrogen, methane, and hydrogen sulfide.
Hydrogen is produced when certain bacteria consume sugars.
Hydrogen levels are considered abnormal when they rise greater than 20 ppm (parts per million) from the baseline within 90 minutes.
Abnormal levels of hydrogen are indicative of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO).
Methane is produced when archaea (single-celled organisms similar to bacteria) consume hydrogen.
Methane levels are considered abnormal if they reach ≥10 ppm (parts per million) at any point during the breath test.
Abnormal levels of methane are indicative of intestinal methanogenic overgrowth (IMO).
Hydrogen sulfide is produced when hydrogen sulfide producing organisms consume hydrogen.
Hydrogen sulfide levels are considered abnormal if they reach ≥3ppm (parts per million) at any point during the breath test.
Abnormal levels of hydrogen sulfide are indicative of excess hydrogen sulfide.
How accurate is trio-smart?
trio-smart measures the levels of gases in your breath and adheres to the thresholds laid out in the North American Consensus for breath testing. trio-smart is incredibly precise with the gas measurements it provides. Conventional breath testing has a detection sensitivity of ±2 ppm. The trio-smart device had a detection sensitivity of ±0.1 ppm, significantly minimizing the rates of false negatives/positives.
Do I need a doctor to order trio-smart for me?
trio-smart is a doctor-ordered test. You can order trio-smart by working with a doctor online. Results are delivered directly to you within seven business days. trio-smart can also be ordered directly through your healthcare provider.
Is trio-smart covered by insurance?
trio-smart is covered at least in part by many common insurance plans. If you're interested in asking your insurance provider about coverage, you can reference CPT code: 91065, which is billed twice by an out-of-network provider.
Medicare and Medicaid may not cover telehealth services. If you would like to use your Medicare or Medicaid coverage for trio-smart, please work with a local healthcare provider.