Women's Prenatal Multivitamin

$49.95

Your vitamin & mineral needs are fully covered with our expert-formulated prenatal vitamin & mineral complex.

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HIGHLIGHTS / WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT:

  • RD-formulated, MD & OBGYN recommended
  • Full 3rd party testing transparency
  • Non-GMO + Allergen friendly
  • FSA / HSA eligible
  • Bioavailable nutrients

Details

FullWell women's prenatal delivers optimal, evidence-based forms and doses of nutrients in one potent yet easy-to-tolerate formula. You'll find fertility non-negotiables like folate, B12, and chelated minerals in active, bioavailable forms, plus essential pregnancy nutrients that other prenatals skimp on like choline, calcium, and magnesium.

Testing

FullWell exceeds current prenatal standards by using third-party, independent testing for harmful contaminants - including heavy metals - on every single lot we produce. To see testing results for your lot, email cs@fullwellfertility.com.

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Common Questions

Why is the serving size 8 capsules?!

We use more choline, magnesium, and calcium than most prenatals. These three critical nutrients are BIG but necessary for healthy fertility, pregnancy, breastfeeding, but difficult to get enough through diet alone.

Why doesn't your prenatal contain iron?

Iron needs and tolerance vary significantly by individual. We suggest you monitor your iron status with your healthcare practitioner and if you do need supplemental iron, take it separately in appropriate doses at their recommendation. This way, you don’t risk having iron interfere with the absorption of other critical nutrients in your prenatal.

Why is my urine bright yellow after taking my vitamins?!

Both our men's and women's prenatals contain water-soluble Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin). The "flavin" component, which is a bright yellow color, is responsible for the change in urine color. Yellow urine does not mean that you are not absorbing those nutrients! It is simply a normal, natural byproduct of this water-soluble B vitamin.

Ingredients at a Glance

Folate

  • Supports normal neural tube formation*
  • Supports baby’s heart, growth, and more*

The form of this nutrient matters: Regardless of your genetics, it is actually natural folate (not the more commonly used folic acid) that is the most bioavailable form and thus, a critical component in prenatal vitamins.

Find it in food:

  • Spinach
  • Liver
  • Sunflower seeds

Choline

  • Supports normal neural tube formation*
  • Aids placental function*
  • Assists brain development*

90-95% of pregnant moms don’t consume enough choline.* While the body can synthesize choline, the amount we eat is not sufficient to meet our needs.

Find it in food:

  • Liver
  • Red meat
  • Egg yolk

Vitamin D

  • Supports growth and skeletal development*
  • Promotes healthy blood pressure levels*
  • Fortifies baby’s immune system*

Vitamin D deficiency is common across all geographic locations, races, sexes, and genders.* The 4,000 IUs in our women’s prenatal is both safe and important for mom and baby.

Find it in food:

  • Beef liver
  • Mushrooms
  • Salmon, tuna, sardines

Vitamin K2

  • Works synergistically with vitamin D & calcium*
  • Supports baby’s skeletal development*
  • Maintains mom’s dental health*

When taken alongside Vitamain D, Vitamin K2 promotes optimal vitamin D bioavailability and calcium balance*

Find it in food:

  • Natto
  • Gouda Cheese
  • Salami

Magnesium

  • Supports sleep*
  • Supports mood*
  • May help ease nausea*

Most prenatal multivitamins contain little or no magnesium, despite its importance, because it is a “bulky nutrient” that drives up the number of capsules per serving. For us, it’s non-negotiable.

Find it in food:

  • Pumpkin Seeds
  • Avocado
  • Dark chocolate

Calcium

  • Supports the normal formation baby’s nervous & circulatory systems*
  • Supports musculoskeletal system development*

Some women can meet the required intake through diet, but since calcium is so critical, we include more calcium than most prenatal supplements.*

Find it in food:

  • Sardines or salmon w/ bones
  • Tahini
  • Dairy

Iodine

  • Required for normal thyroid function*
  • Protects endocrine health*
  • Supports breastmilk production*

The World Health Organization recommends 250 mcg of supplemental iodine in pregnancy since pregnant and breastfeeding moms need even more iodine than normal.*

Find it in food:

  • Seaweed
  • Shellfish 
  • Beef liver

Vitamin B12

  • Promotes healthy, full-term pregnancy* 
  • Supports neural tube formation* 
  • Supports baby’s long-term motor development*

Research shows that B12 intake in pregnancy should be triple the current RDA, especially since only a fraction of what we consume is absorbed by the body.*

Find it in food:

  • Beef
  • Full-fat dairy 
  • Clams

Biotin

  • Supports metabolism of fatty acids, glucose, and amino acids*

  • Helps with gene regulation and cell signaling* 

One-third of pregnant moms develop biotin deficiency even with adequate dietary intake.* No upper limit exists because there is no evidence that biotin is toxic at high intakes.

Find it in food:

  • Egg yolks
  • Organ meats
  • Nuts & legumes

Chromium

  • Helps maintain normal glucose levels*
  • Supports carbohydrate, lipid, and protein metabolism*

Chromium works with insulin to help maintain a normal level of glucose in your body and is especially important during pregnancy.

Find it in food:

  • Broccoli
  • Potatoes
  • Seafood

Copper

  • Helps form baby’s heart, red blood cells, and blood vessels*
  • Supports formation of skeletal and nervous systems*

Copper is involved in energy production and synthesis of iron metabolism connective tissues, helping to maintain healthy iron levels during pregnancy and beyond.*

Find it in food:

  • Organ meats
  • Seafood
  • Nuts & seeds

Magnesium Stearate

  • Improves consistency of capsule quality
  • Delays breakdown and absorption of capsules 

Magnesium stearate is a simple salt that combines the mineral magnesium with stearic acid, a common saturated fat found widely in foods. Supplements that do not use it see shocking margins of error in consistency and quality.

Find it in food:

  • Dark chocolate
  • Coco butter
  • Olive oil

Manganese

  • Helps develop baby’s bones and cartilage* 
  • Metabolizes carbohydrates, amino acids, and cholesterol*
  • Supports healthy blood pressure levels*

Manganese is an essential mineral, meaning we cannot make enough in the body to meet demands, and it must be supplemented through diet.*

Find it in food:

  • Whole grains
  • Shellfish
  • Black pepper

Molybdenum

  • Vital for healthy liver detoxification*
  • Enzymatic cofactor involved in many types of metabolism within the body*

We do not need a lot of molybdenum, but what we do need is critical.* Our 100 mcg is higher than the RDA, but far lower than the tolerable upper intake level of 2,000 mcg.

Find it in food:

  • Rice
  • Beef
  • Bananas

Niacin

  • Essential for baby’s brain development*
  • Nurtures the nervous system*
  • Supports healthy mucous membranes*

Niacin promotes healthy skin while improving mom’s digestion and easing nausea.*

Find it in food:

  • Red meat
  • Poultry
  • Brown rice

Pantothenic Acid

  • Aids hormone and cholesterol production*
  • Necessary for chemical reactions within cells*
  • Helps metabolize carbohydrates, fats, and proteins*

Pantothenic Acid is needed for hormone synthesis and becomes critical during pregnancy when hormone production kicks into overdrive.

Find it in food:

  • Milk
  • Avocado
  • Mushroom

Potassium

  • Helps maintain balance of fluids and electrolytes*
  • Helps regulate muscle contractions and nerve signals*

Potassium is important in ALL tissues in the body.

Find it in food:

  • Oranges
  • Beans & lentils
  • Avocado

Riboflavin

  • Promotes good vision and healthy skin*
  • Supports growth of baby’s bones, muscles, and nerves*
  • Supports healthy blood pressure*

This water-soluble nutrient contains ‘flavins’ that are responsible for the (safe and normal) neon yellow color seen in the urine once it’s been absorbed.

Find it in food:

  • Beef 
  • Pork
  • Cheese

Selenium

  • A powerful antioxidant that fights oxidative stress*
  • Plays a key role in thyroid hormone synthesis and function*

Selenium is important to preconception and early pregnancy for both moms and dads because it positively impacts both sperm and egg quality.*

Find it in food:

  • Turkey 
  • Eggs
  • Brazil nuts

Thiamin

  • Helps convert carbohydrates to energy*
  • Supports nervous system*
  • Needed for normal muscle function*

Though thiamin deficiency is rare, excessive vomiting in pregnancy can cause thiamin depletion. No adverse responses are associated with intakes over 50 mg, so it is wise to supplement this nutrient.

Find it in food:

  • Green peas 
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Full-fat yogurt

Vitamin A

  • Develops healthy eyes and vision*
  • Supports immune responses in baby and mom*
  • Stimulates healthy thyroid function*

Vitamin A helps direct which cells become which organs, putting together body systems as baby develops.

Find it in food:

  • Beef 
  • Cheese
  • Carrots

Vitamin B6

  • Supports mood*
  • Enhances sleep*
  • Reduces nausea*

Vitamin B6 comes to the rescue when facing the most challenging pregnancy symptoms while also helping to prevent more serious complications.*

Find it in food:

  • Salmon 
  • Papaya
  • Chickpeas

Vitamin C

  • Antioxidant that protects against free radicals*
  • Plays a huge role in immunity and inflammation*

Vitamin C improves hormone levels and promotes a healthy reproductive system in both men and women.*

Find it in food:

  • Kiwi 
  • Citrus
  • Strawberries
  • Cabbage

Vitamin E

  • Powerful antioxidant*
  • Supports lung development and immune function in baby*
  • Increases circulation and mitochondrial health in mom*

Healthier mitochondria = healthier eggs! Vitamin E can help lead to easier conception with potentially fewer pregnancy complications.*

Find it in food:

  • Peanut butter 
  • Beet greens
  • Pumpkin

Zinc

  • Key to healthy immune function*
  • Supports healthy, full-term birth*
  • Keeps hormones regulated*

Zinc is a vital nutrient to get through both diet and multivitamins. For vegetarians, it is especially critical to supplement since animal products are some of the most zinc-rich foods available.*

Find it in food:

  • Berries 
  • Nuts
  • Red meat

Myoinositol

  • Makes insulin more effective*
  • Supports egg quality*

This vitamin-like substance has a wide range of health benefits, supporting the overall mood and well-being of expectant moms.*

Find it in food:

  • Cantaloupe 
  • Oats
  • Citrus

Betaine HCl

  • Supports digestion*
  • More efficient absorption of other critical nutrients 
  • Builds tolerance 

Many women report feeling less nauseous and better overall tolerance while taking our women’s prenatal over other brands!

Find it in food:

  • Spinach 
  • Beets
  • Meat & poultry

Taking Your Prenatal

ALL AT ONCE

If you can tolerate 8 at once, go for it! Just make sure you drink plenty of water.

DIVIDE YOUR DOSE

4 at breakfast + 4 at lunch

MIX IT UP

Break open your capsules and mix them into your favorite cool beverage

Taking Your Prenatal

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Chelsea Lambert
Feel so healthy!

I started taking these about a month before trying and we got pregnant after the very first try! I have the fish oil to go with it. Both are great! I feel like I’m giving my body and my baby the best possible supplements. Also I can use my HSA which is a huge plus!

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Tiffany Brito
Good but does upset my stomach…bad.

I love the quality and everything these have to offer. Definitely no complaints about that but they do mess my stomach up BAD. Like empty my entire stomach bad. I wrote in and asked if that was normal and they did give me some suggestions on what to do. For content I have been on prenatals for years (birth, conception and breastfeeding) and have never ever had an upset stomach from one before. But I have also never had to take 8 pills in a day with so many nutrients. It look some trial and error but I figured it out. Could only take 2 a day for a few weeks and slowly started increasing how many I take daily. Being sure to have a FULL MEAL and a TON OF WATER. Like a liter with them minimum. And now I am fine. Now I take 4 of them twice a day and I open them up and put them in my smoothies with zero problems. I am telling you my story to make you aware that this could definitely happen to you and what helped! I am going to continue to use them and will recommend them to friends but make them aware of my experience.

Thanks for offering your tips Tiffany! We are so glad you found a way to tolerate FullWell.

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Georgia
I love them and recommend them to everyone!

I'm pregnant with our first child, and I absolutely love these! I'm a big researcher, so before getting pregnant I had done tons of reading and researching about various prenatal brands. For the quality and price, I fully believe these are the best out there! I recommend these to everyone I know who is either planning to be pregnant or is already pregnant.

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J.S.
Love these!

As long as you can stomach multiple pills these are great! Don’t have any taste and they have everything I was looking for nutrition wise for my pregnancy!

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K. Isely
I love them! I wish I had these in previous pregnancies!

My midwife recommended these and I love them. I had experienced a miscarriage after three successful pregnancies, and she encouraged me that in getting pregnant again my body needed the chelated minerals. I had a miscarriage previous to my youngest daughter as well… because of my history she suggested these supplements to help my body better process the minerals and nutrients needed for a successful pregnancy… we got pregnant very quickly after the previous miscarriage and I’ve never felt more energized in a pregnancy. I wish I had, had these in other pregnancies. I’m still tired, but not groggy or as moody. I’ve also had very little nausea and because there is no iron in these prenatal’s, my body doesn’t feel awful from constipation. I’ve gotten my iron from food and my body feels totally satisfied. The only down side is how many pills you have to take… but I’ll take that it over groggy, fatigued and constipated. ;)