Men's Prenatal Multivitamin


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

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  • RD-formulated, MD & OBGYN recommended
  • Full 3rd party testing transparency for heavy metals, microbials, and potency
  • Non-GMO + Allergen-friendly
  • FSA / HSA eligible
  • Bioavailable nutrients for optimal absorption


FullWell Men'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 methylated folate and B12, and chelated minerals in active, bioavailable forms, plus our exclusive antioxidant blend to support healthy sperm.


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

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Common Questions

Why do men need to take a prenatal?!

The role of fertile, healthy sperm goes beyond just conception. Sperm quality; count, motility (movement), and morphology (shape and size) all contribute to overall healthy pregnancy and the health of the baby over the long term. Our men’s prenatal is an evidence-based formula designed to support optimal sperm quality, hormone health, and overall male fertility. Several of the nutrients work together to support sperm parameters (quality, and structure), healthy free-radical defenses, hormone levels, and overall wellness, which means it is also an excellent multivitamin to continue taking well beyond conception.

When should I start taking the men’s prenatal?

The answer is the same one we recommend for women: way ahead of time. In order to better prepare your body and sperm for conception, you should ideally start taking our men’s prenatal at least 3-6 months prior to trying to conceive, freezing sperm, or undergoing fertility treatment. The average man produces 50-100 million sperm daily, but it takes about 2-3 months for them to fully mature. During this period, it’s critical to support developing spermatids with optimal nutrients that support free-radical defenses.* This is a supportive formula for men’s preconception, but can also be used to continue to support overall health and vitality over the long term.*

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

A nutrient in this blend - quercetin dihydrate - is a flavinoid commonly found in plants. 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.

What else can I do to support my sperm health?

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.

Ingredients at a Glance


  • Vital for healthy sperm production
  • Plays a role in synthesizing, repairing, and methylating DNA

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. Optimal levels of this essential B vitamin are vital for sperm production due to its role in DNA synthesis, repair, and methylation. Folate can also help to support a healthy pregnancy, and when combined with zinc, it positively impacts sperm health, concentration, shape, and size.*

Find it in food:

  • Spinach
  • Liver
  • Sunflower seeds


  • Supports liver function*
  • Supports arterial blood flow*

Choline may be required for the synthesis of phospholipids needed as an energy source for sperm motility.* While the body can synthesize choline, the amount we produce is typically not sufficient to meet our needs which is why it should also be obtained through diet.

Find it in food:

  • Liver
  • Red meat
  • Egg yolk

  • Can boost testosterone levels*
  • Enhances environment for sperm production*
  • Fortifies immune system*

Vitamin D deficiency is common across all geographic locations, races, sexes, and genders.* Research has found that a deficiency is more prevalent among men with low semen production, quality, and motility. Vitamin D also supports immune and overall hormone health.

Find it in food:

  • Beef liver
  • Salmon, tuna, sardines
  • Mushrooms

Vitmin K2

  • Works synergistically with vitamin D & calcium*
  • Stimulates testosterone and sperm production*

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

Find it in food:

  • Natto
  • Gouda
  • Salami


  • Supports sleep and mood*
  • May help with immune responses*
  • Improves sperm development and motility*

Magnesium plays an important role in more than 300 reactions in the body, including sleep, immunity, and glucose metabolism. 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


  • Required for normal thyroid function*
  • Protects endocrine health*

Iodine is essential in the production of thyroid hormones for both men and women. In men specifically, deficiency and suboptimal intake may negatively impact semen concentration and count.

Find it in food:

  • Seaweed

  • Shellfish

  • Beef liver

Vitamin B12

  • Promotes healthy cell metabolism* 
  • Supports sperm count and motility* 
  • Improves sperm DNA*

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.* This important water-soluble vitamin is involved in the metabolism of almost all cells in the body. Our formula uses methylcobalamin, the most bioavailable form to help meet your needs.

Find it in food:

  • Beef
  • Full-fat dairy 
  • Clams


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

For men, this essential mineral may be particularly helpful in supporting healthy coritsol levels. Cortisol is a stress hormone, which, when out of balance can impact impact testosterone production.

Find it in food:

  • Broccoli
  • Potatoes
  • Seafood

Magnesium Stearate

  • Improves consistency of nutrients and 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


  • Trace amounts needed for normal sperm function* 
  • Metabolizes carbohydrates, amino acids, and cholesterol*
  • Supports healthy blood pressure levels*

Manganese is an essential mineral that men only require in trace amounts, which is reflected in our dose.

Find it in food:

  • Whole grains
  • Shellfish
  • Black pepper


  • Vital for healthy liver detoxification*
  • Aids in metabolism and helps regulate blood sugar*

This trace mineral plays a role in the liver's detoxification of environmental toxins. Processing these environmental inputs efficiently helps reduce oxidative stress on the body. Oxidative stress is one of the biggest risks for sperm quality.

Find it in food:

  • Legumes
  • Beef
  • Bananas


  • Helps convert carbohydrates into glucose*
  • Metabolizes fats and proteins*
  • Makes hormones*

Niacin helps with multiplication and repair of DNA, which in turns decreases risk of mutations, helping men maintain the genetic integrity of their sperm.*

Find it in food:

  • Red meat
  • Poultry
  • Brown rice

Pantothenic Acid

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

Though it is not considered an antioxidant, pantothenic acid helps increase glutathione, a powerful antioxidant which protects the body against oxidative stress.*

Find it in food:

  • Dairy
  • Avocado
  • Mushroom


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

This trace mineral with antioxidant properties works synergistically with vitamin A, C, and E to prevent free radical damage to cell membranes.* Additionally, it has been found to increase levels of testosterone and glutathione, a powerful antioxidant which helps facilitate optimal detoxification and benefits overall fertility.*

Find it in food:

  • Turkey
  • Eggs
  • Brazil nuts

Vitamin A

  • Essential for sperm maturation*
  • High antioxidant capacity*
  • Supports healthy thyroid function*

Beta-carotene and retinyl palmitate play a key role in capturing and neutralizing reactive oxygen species (ROS) that can damage sperm DNA.*

Find it in food:

  • Beef 
  • Cheese
  • Carrots 

Vitamin B6

  • Supports mood*
  • Enhances sleep*
  • Supports cell regulation and metabolism*

For men, low levels of vitamin B6 can lead to higher levels of homocysteine, a marker of inflammation that is connected to poor sperm quality.*

Find it in food:

  • Salmon
  • Chickpeas
  • Papaya

Vitamin C

  • Increases sperm count*
  • Improves sperm motility*
  • Can help reduce free-radical induced DNA damage*

Vitamin C is important in sperm formation and needed to protect sperm from free radical damage, which can contribute to infertility in men.* Antioxidants, like vitamin C, can help counteract some of these harmful effects.*

Find it in food:

  • Kiwi
  • Strawberries
  • Cabbage

  • Powerful antioxidant*
  • Protects sperm cell membranes*
  • Increases circulation and mitochondrial health*

With selenium, this antioxidant works synergistically to improve sperm motility and decrease damage to cell membranes from free radicals.*

Find it in food:

  • Peanut butter
  • Beet greens
  • Pumpkin


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

One of the most essential nutrients for male fertility, zinc is a critical player in sperm DNA and protein production, sperm motility, and optimizing testosterone levels.*

Find it in food:

  • Berries
  • Brazil nuts
  • Red meat


  • Makes insulin more effective*
  • Supports overall sperm quality*
  • Improves sperm mitochondrial function*

This vitamin-like substance has a wide range of health benefits, supporting the overall mood and well-being of men, gently calming their nervous systems.*

Find it in food:

  • Cantaloupe
  • Oats
  • Citrus 

Quercitin Dihydrate

  • Supports healthy blood pressure*
  • Can optimize healthy testosterone levels*

Quercetin, a flavonoid found in many plants, fruits, and vegetables, helps prevent a range of conditions due to its ability to fight free radicals and reduce inflammation.*

Find it in food:

  • Onions
  • Apples
  • Berries 


  • Powerful anti-inflammatory*
  • Stimulates other antioxidants*

Turmeric can protect the body from free radicals, which is one of the leading contributors of reduced sperm motility and damage to sperm DNA.

Find it in food:

  • Whole root
  • Ground as a culinary spice

Taking Your Prenatal


If all 4 at once is no problem for you, go for it!


2 at breakfast + 2 at lunch


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

Taking Your Prenatal

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Love it! My husband takes it :)

My husband doesn't mind taking this! I'm so glad he's taking a high quality men's prenatal. More people need to know that men's health can make a difference in fertility outcomes. Thanks FullWell!

Worth it

I bought these for my husband, and he is actually taking them, and he likes the fact that it's not too many pills!!

Alissa Ussery

Vitality + Virility

Thanks for the 5-star review, Alissa!

Christy Kridler

FullWell Vitality + Virility

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