Stay Sexy

The fast, easy STI test you can do at home.

Test easy, rest easy

Virtually all STIs are treatable and most are easily cured. The key is to get tested and get on with it. Knowing your status is easier than you think.

Here’s how it works:

Find your personalized test

Our medically-guided quiz helps identify which test is right for you. Just answer a few questions and click ‘order.’ A licensed clinician will review, and if appropriate, approve your order. We’ll send everything you need to collect your samples from the convenience of your home, or any other location you’d like us to ship to. It’s simple! And don’t worry, it’s also completely confidential — so your bank statement won’t mention STI testing.

Send back samples*

Collect your samples (from the comfort and privacy of your home) and mail them back to our lab in a pre-paid envelope. Not only will your test appear in a plain white shipping bag, our box is also totally discreet.

Get your results

Our licensed clinicians will examine your results and send them securely and confidentially to you online. If your results are positive our clinicians will discreetly and confidentially call you to discuss your treatment options.

Count on us for the rest

If you are positive for an STI, our licensed clinicians will recommend medically-guided treatment options.

*Timeline to receive test results is dependent on how quickly samples are collected and returned.

Let’s find your test

 

Every test is tailored to you, based on medical guidelines. Our process is designed so you can complete it discreetly on your own time, in your own space.

Take our simple quiz to find the right test for the unique you. 

What other binx users are saying

Still have questions on how binx works? We’ve got answers!

Curious about STIs near you?

Click on a state to discover the increase in infection rates from 2008 to 2016 in the United States:

2008

2016

0 – 10,000
10,001 – 30,000
30,001 – 50,000
50,001 – 80,000
80,001 – 140,000
+ 140,001

Legend classified using quantile based on CDC data. For more info visit https://www.cdc.gov