binx box VI

$285

This box tests for

Genital, Anal, and Oral Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, HIV, Syphilis, and Hepatitis C

Samples

Genital sample kit, Blood card, Anal swab, Throat swab

Who is this for?

  • People who have multiple partners
  • Men who have sex with men
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What's in this box?

  • Every box comes with...
  • Blood spot card
  • Collection tube
  • Biohazard bag
  • Prepaid shipping bag
  • Genital sample kit
  • Genital sample kit
  • Genital sample kit
  • Anal swab
  • Throat swab
Every box comes with...
  • Free shipping both ways
  • Sample collection materials from a CAP-accredited, CLIA-certified lab
  • Clinician test ordering and results review, sexual health counseling and access to licensed clinicians to ensure you get the care and treatment you need

What should I expect?

A licensed clinician will review, and if appropriate, approve your order. Your box arrives in 2-3 days.
Collect your samples and send them to the lab in a pre-paid shipping bag.
The lab will process your samples and you can view your results on the dashboard.
If you test positive, we’ll help you get the treatments you need.

A licensed clinician will review, and if appropriate, approve your order. Your box arrives in 2-3 days.

Collect your samples and send them to the lab in a pre-paid shipping bag.

The lab will process your samples and you can view your results on the dashboard.

If you test positive, we’ll help you get the treatments you need.

What are these STIs anyway?

Click on the infections to learn more about their causes, treatments and more…

Chlamydia
  • A bacterial infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis
  • Spread through contact with infected sexual fluids, most commonly from unprotected vaginal and anal sex
  • Most people with chlamydia have no symptoms
  • There can be potentially serious complications from untreated infections, particularly for women
  • Chlamydia is one of the most common STIs and can infect anyone who is sexually active
  • Chlamydia can be cured with antibiotics
Gonorrhea
  • A bacterial infection caused by Neisseria gonorrhoeae
  • Spread through contact with infected sexual fluids, most commonly from unprotected vaginal, anal, and oral sex
  • Up to half people with gonorrhea have no symptoms
  • When symptoms do occur, they may include a burning sensation while urinating and abnormal discharge
  • Gonorrhea can be cured with antibiotics
  • Gonorrhea is one of the most common STIs and can infect anyone who is sexually active
HIV
  • HIV is short for human immunodeficiency virus
  • Spread through contact with infected sexual fluids, most commonly from unprotected vaginal and anal sex
  • In the first weeks after infection, a person may experience symptoms similar to the flu, but once these symptoms pass, someone with HIV usually has no symptoms for many years though they are still able to transmit the infection
  • HIV is treated with Antiretroviral therapy (ART)
  • Anyone who is sexually active can contract HIV, but people having anal sex are most at risk
  • Medical studies show taking Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PreP) daily can lower the risk of contracting HIV by more than 90%
Hepatitis C
  • A viral infection caused by the Hepatitis C virus (HCV)
  • Spread by the transfer of infected blood into another person’s body
  • Most people with HCV have no symptoms, but some develop chronic liver disease
  • Acute HCV has no recommended treatment; chronic HCV treatment involves 8-12 weeks of antiviral pills and cures over 90% of people
  • While HCV can infect anyone who is sexually active, injection drug users and people with HIV are particularly susceptible to infection
Syphilis
  • A bacterial infection caused by Treponema pallidum
  • Spread through direct contact with a syphilitic sore most often through vaginal, anal, or oral sex, or from mother to unborn child
  • Symptoms involve sores at the location of infection that are usually firm, round, and painless
  • Syphilis can be cured with antibiotics
  • Anyone who is sexually active can contract syphilis, but people who have anal sex are most at risk

Did you know...

While there are ways to reduce your risk, no method is 100% effective at stopping transmission of STIs. Even if you’ve been treated for an STI in the past, it’s possible to get some of these infections more than once, so it’s important to continue to test regularly!

Showing any symptoms?

If you’re experiencing symptoms, we always recommend you seek in-person medical care and not rely on an at home test.

If you’ve been exposed to someone with an STI, it’s important to seek in-person medical care right away. At home tests are not appropriate in this case.

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