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Women's Prenatal FAQs

Why is the serving size EIGHT capsules?

Choline, magnesium, & calcium are vital nutrients for fertility, pregnancy, & breastfeeding. They’re also BIG and take up the majority of the room in our capsules. Eight pills is a lot, but now is not the time to cut corners and miss out on these cri

Where’s the IRON?

Recognizing that everyone’s iron needs are unique, we've excluded it from our prenatal formula and introduced a dedicated solution: Iron Bump. Taking iron separately from your prenatal also helps avoid interfering with the absorption of other vital n

Why do the amounts of some nutrients in FullWell's Prenatal exceed the percent daily value?

We have carefully calibrated our levels based on a combination of the best available evidence, safety, and ability of the body to absorb the nutrient. In fact, the percent daily values set may not align with typical recommendations on the amount of t

Why doesn't your prenatal contain DHA?

We believe the stability of DHA is compromised when mixed into a multivitamin, that’s why we’re working hard to create our own! In it, you’ll find DHA and EPA together, because research shows that there is a strong benefit for both mom and baby. We r

Does your prenatal contain active B vitamins?

Yes, the forms of B vitamins included in our formula were strategically selected for their ability to be bioavailable and well-tolerated.

Why does your prenatal conatin 4,000 IU's of vitamin D?

Vitamin D can help optimize l fertility and support fetal development and pregnancy outcomes . A double-blind, randomized clinical trial found Vitamin D supplementation of 4,000 IU/day for pregnant women safe and the most effective way to achieve suf

What form of Vitamin D is used in your prenatal?

Our prenatal contains Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 is the most bioavailable form of Vitamin D used in supplementation.

What is the shelf life of your prenatal?

For unopened bottles, the shelf-life is two years from the manufacture date. There is no need to refrigerate your prenatal, but we do recommend storing them in a cool, dry place.

Why is my urine yellow?

Not to worry! Our Women’s Prenatal and Men’s Multivitamin pack the power of water-soluble vitamin B2 (riboflavin), known for its bright yellow hue. The yellow tint in your urine is simply a natural result of the “flavins” naturally part of this nutri

Does FullWell's Prenatal contain active B vitamins?

Yes, the forms of B vitamins included in our formula were strategically selected for their ability to be bioavailable and well-tolerated.

Does FullWell's Prenatal contain Folate or Folic Acid?

We purposefully chose to use L-5-methyl-tetrahydrofolate calcium (methyl-folate) and calcium folinate (folinic acid) in our Women's Prenatal. These naturally occurring forms of folate, found in folate-rich foods, ensure maximum bioavailability, irres

Is Folate the same as Folic Acid?

No, Folic acid is a synthetic form that requires conversion to 5-MTHF for effective use, posing challenges for individuals with genetic variations. Natural folate, found in organ meats, leafy greens, citrus fruits, and legumes, differs in its convers

Do I need to take a Folate supplement in addition to the prenatal vitamins?

For the majority of people the amount of folate in our prenatal is plenty. Your health practitioner will know you best so always defer to them but, the prenatal is designed to meet your folate needs.

Should I worry that I’m consuming too much Folate?

We formulated our Prenatal using strategically chosen forms and doses of nutrients that were chosen based on a combination of clinical evidence, demonstrated safety, tolerance, and bioavailability. A lot of the research that the %DV values are based