What to Look for in a Male Prenatal Vitamin
If you are in the process of trying to get pregnant, prenatal vitamins are an absolute must for women! But what about men? Do men need to take a prenatal vitamin too?
If you are in the process of trying to get pregnant, prenatal vitamins are an absolute must for women! But what about men? Do men need to take a prenatal vitamin too? Research shows that some key antioxidants can play a role in sperm health. The Prenatal for him was carefully developed using peer-reviewed studies that reflect the latest research in male fertility.
What goes into our men’s prenatal?
So, what goes into making our Prenatal for him, and can it improve your chances of pregnancy? Let’s take a look at the research behind our ingredients.
- Selenium: Daily selenium supplementation in conjunction with vitamin E supplementation has been shown to improve sperm concentration, sperm motility, and sperm morphology of infertile men, especially those with idiopathic asthenoteratospermia.
- CoQ10: Daily CoQ10 supplementation improves sperm concentration, sperm motility, seminal fluid CoQ10, and total antioxidant capacity, allowing for reduced oxidative stress on the sperm as well as reduced sperm DNA damage.
- Vitamin D: Daily vitamin D supplementation in conjunction with calcium supplementation has been shown to have potential positive impacts on live birth rate and serum inhibin B levels in oligozoospermic and vitamin D-deficient males. Additionally, low serum inhibin B is correlated with low sperm count, revealing that vitamin D is a key factor in spermatogenesis.
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