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While many types of coliform bacteria present in well water are harmless, dangerous coliform bacteria cause fever, diarrhea, abdominal cramps and other forms of gastrointestinal upset, according to Penn State College of ... More »

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There can be coliform bacteria in well water when the well is defective. Drinking water should not contain any presence of coliform bacteria for safety reasons, explains the Vermont Department of Health. If coliform bact... More »

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The symptoms of E. coli infection depend on the particular strain but potentially include mild to severe diarrhea, abdominal cramping and blood in the stool. However, coliforms are a broad class of bacteria that are comm... More »

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