If you suspect you have Candida overgrowth, you can tell a lot from the stool. If you have frequent unexplained diarrhea, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s disease, cramps, it can all give you information. These types of illnesses should not be happening to a regular individual for no reason. With your stool sample information, combined with other knowledge about Candida, you have enough to make informed decisions.
From there, you can start looking at your body, and really deciding if you have Candida or not. You can look at your body, and see what symptoms you can find. WebMD has a good list of potential symptoms you can have if you are experiencing Candida overgrowth http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/guide/candidiasis-yeast-infection.
If you want to get more detailed information about Candida testing, you can always go to a health care professional, who can test your blood, saliva, or even your stool. The stool can tell a lot about your body, and if you have Candida infections, so be sure to monitor yours properly.