I’ve just had mine done two weeks ago. It took about a week. I’m in Toronto. I’ve heard that the calprotectin takes longer because they need to cultivate the bacteria or something like that. Anyway, mine went from 2454 in June to 125 last week. Waiting to chat with the doc to see what the plan is now.
I'm wondering if you're thinking of fecal tests for bacterial infections rather than calprotectin? Calprotectin takes a while either because of the small number of samples meaning the lab only performs it every few days (because multiple samples go in the centrifuge together so it's most economical to do them in batches), or because it gets sent on to another lab. Should not depend on bacteria?
Other than that, congratulations with the huge drop. I'd say that's a very good sign