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Male Fertility Supplement
Legacy’s science-backed fertility multivitamin contains 10 active ingredients, including 5 powerful antioxidants. This comprehensive, easy two-capsule-per-day solution was developed by experts to support healthy sperm production, fertility, and hormone health.
as low as $17/month
2-5 day delivery window
Coenzyme Q10, 300mg
Vitamin C, 250mg
Vitamin D, 35mg (1400 IU)
Vitamin E, 100mg (121 IU)
Folate (5-MTHF), 1mg DFE
D-aspartic acid, 50mg
Inactive ingredients: vegetable capsule shell, dicalcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silica.
These vegetarian capsules do not contain gelatin, gluten, dairy, soy, fish, preservatives, genetically modified ingredients, sugar or sweeteners, or artificial colors or flavors.
The Male Fertility Supplement is best for anyone who is looking for a comprehensive multivitamin solution to support their fertility and hormone health. This includes:
People who are trying to conceive or are planning to start a family soon.
Sperm takes about 72 days to produce. That means it will take at least 2–3 months for any changes you make to have a measurable impact on your sperm health — so we recommend proactively optimizing your sperm health.
Those who are undergoing fertility treatment.
Fertility treatment is expensive and complex. Maximize your chances of success with each cycle by ensuring your sperm are the healthiest they can be.
Those who want to improve sperm quality before freezing their sperm.
If you’re freezing your sperm in the next 2–3 months, taking a Male Fertility Supplement beforehand can ensure you’re preserving the healthiest possible sample.
Always talk to your doctor before starting any supplement regimen.
Interest-free monthly payments
Break the cost of fertility care into monthly payments, interest-free, with Affirm financing. Your rate will depend on your credit, terms of payment, and purchase price. Select Affirm at checkout to explore your options. Or, try a Splitit payment plan.
Payment methods accepted
No preservative or dyes
No sweetners or sugar
What to expect
A three-month supply of small, easy-to-swallow capsules with no smell or aftertaste.
Science-backed to support sperm production and hormone health
Formulated to improve all aspects of fertility, including sperm parameters like morphology as well as hormone health.
Premium ingredients in an easy-to-digest compound with the highest level of absorption, effectiveness, and safety.
No preservatives or common allergens
Vegetarian capsules do not contain gelatin, gluten, dairy, soy, fish, preservatives, genetically modified ingredients, sugar or sweeteners, or artificial colors or flavors.
Durable, glass packaging with minimal plastic.
10 carefully selected, research-backed active ingredients. No pseudoscience.
CoQ10 is a strong antioxidant. CoQ10 has a long history of use as a male fertility supplement, with extensive research documenting an increase in sperm concentration. Motility, morphology, and fertilization rates have all been shown to improve after CoQ10 supplementation.
1. Balercia et al, 2009. “Coenzyme Q10 treatment in infertile men with idiopathic asthenozoospermia: a placebo-controlled, double-blind randomized trial.”
2. Nadjarzadeh et al, 2013. “Effect of Coenzyme Q10 supplementation on antioxidant enzymes activity and oxidative stress of seminal plasma: a double-blind randomised clinical trial.”
3. Safarinejad et al, 2012. “Effects of the Reduced Form of Coenzyme Q10 (Ubiquinol) on Semen Parameters in Men with Idiopathic Infertility: a Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled, Randomized Study.”
4. Thakur et al, 2015. “Effect of Ubiquinol Therapy on Sperm Parameters and Serum Testosterone Levels in Oligoasthenozoospermic Infertile Men.”
5. Safarinejad, 2009. “Efficacy of Coenzyme Q10 on Semen Parameters, Sperm Function and Reproductive Hormones in Infertile Men.”
A powerful antioxidant, vitamin C may protect sperm from oxidative stress damage. Studies show that vitamin C supplementation is associated with a significant increase — up to 200% — in sperm count, motility, and morphology.
1. Akmal et al, 2006. “Improvement in human semen quality after oral supplementation of vitamin C.”https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17004914/
2. Cyrus et al, 2015. “The effect of adjuvant vitamin C after varicocele surgery on sperm quality and quantity in infertile men: a double blind placebo controlled clinical trial.”https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4752084/
3. Dawson et al, 1990. “Relationship between Ascorbic Acid and Male Fertility.”https://www.karger.com/Article/Abstract/417532
35MG (1400 IU)
Because we get most of our vitamin D from sun exposure, much of the US is deficient. Vitamin D supplementation is associated with improved sperm motility and capacitation (the changes a sperm undergoes before fertilizing an egg), higher testosterone, improved sexual function, and increased pregnancy rates.
Supports immune function, heart health, and the absorption of calcium for bone health.
2. Moghadam et al, 2020. “Effects of Vitamin D on Apoptosis and Quality of Sperm in Asthenozoospermia.”
3. Deng et al, 2014. “Efficacy and safety of vitamin D in the treatment of idiopathic oligoasthenozoospermia.”
100MG (121 IU)
Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant that can decrease oxidative stress and may have a protective effect on sperm, especially in combination with vitamin C, selenium, and CoQ10. Research shows these antioxidants are associated with improved sperm genetic health and quality.
Supports immune function, skin health, and full-body wellness.
2. Greco et al, 2005. “Reduction of the incidence of sperm DNA fragmentation by oral antioxidant treatment.”
3. Keskes-Ammar et al, 2003. “Sperm oxidative stress and the effect of an oral vitamin E and selenium supplement on semen quality in infertile men.”
Folate, a B vitamin, is used in the production and development of sperm. There is strong scientific evidence that suggests boosting folate levels increases sperm concentration and may improve semen quality overall, especially in combination with selenium, zinc, and vitamin E.
5-MTHF or L-methylfolate is the active form of folate and is the most bioavailable (meaning you can absorb the highest percentage of the vitamin). 5-MTHF has been shown to increase blood folate levels more efficiently than folic acid.
Supports heart health and healthy cell growth and function.
1. Irani et al, 2017. “The Effect of Folate and Folate Plus Zinc Supplementation on Endocrine Parameters and Sperm Characteristics in Sub-Fertile Men: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.”
One of the most essential elements for male fertility, zinc is involved in a number of critical reproductive processes, such as spermatogenesis (sperm production), sperm stability, and testosterone release. Zinc supplementation has been associated with a significant increase in semen volume, sperm motility, and normal sperm morphology, as well as improved hormone health and sexual function.
Supports immune function, skin health, and full-body wellness.
1. Fallah et al, 2018. “Zinc is an Essential Element for Male Fertility: A Review of Zn Roles in Men’s Health, Germination, Sperm Quality, and Fertilization.”
3. Irani et al, 2017. “The Effect of Folate and Folate Plus Zinc Supplementation on Endocrine Parameters and Sperm Characteristics in Sub-Fertile Men: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.”
Selenium is an important trace mineral with antioxidant properties. There’s strong evidence that selenium — alone or in combination with vitamins C and E or folate — improves sperm count, motility, morphology, and genetic health. Selenium supplementation is also associated with increased testosterone levels and decreased levels of MDA, a marker of oxidative stress.
Supports immune function and metabolism.
1. Alahmar et al, 2018. “The effects of oral antioxidants on the semen of men with idiopathic oligoasthenoteratozoospermia.”
2. Bahmyari et al, 2021. “The Effect of Daily Intake of Selenium, Vitamin E and Folic Acid on Sperm Parameters in Males with Idiopathic Infertility: A Single-Blind Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.”
3. Ghafarizadeh et al, 2018. “Effect of in vitro selenium supplementation on sperm quality in asthenoteratozoospermic men.”
5. Moslemi et al, 2011. “Selenium-vitamin E supplementation in infertile men: effects on semen parameters and pregnancy rate.”
L-carnitine is derived from an amino acid and is involved in the production of energy in the body. Supplementation has been shown to improve sperm motility (possibly by supporting mitochondrial function), sperm capacitation, and fertilization rates.
Supports cell function, brain health, and weight management.
1. Balercia et al, 2005. “Placebo-controlled double-blind randomized trial on the use of l-carnitine, l-acetylcarnitine, or combined l-carnitine and l-acetylcarnitine in men with idiopathic asthenozoospermia.”
2. Lenzi et al, 2004. “A placebo-controlled double-blind randomized trial of the use of combined l-carnitine and l-acetyl-carnitine treatment in men with asthenozoospermia.”
3. Garolla et al, 2005. “Oral carnitine supplementation increases sperm motility in asthenozoospermic men with normal sperm phospholipid hydroperoxide glutathione peroxidase levels.”
D-AA is an amino acid that regulates testosterone release. Studies suggest that supplementation with D-AA can increase sperm concentration and motility, as well as pregnancy rates. There’s also some evidence that taking D-AA may boost testosterone and sex drive.
+ Supports hormone health.
Lycopene is a potent antioxidant. There’s evidence that adding lycopene to your diet may improve many aspects of male fertility — including sperm count, viability, quality, and genetic health — as well as pregnancy rates. It may also protect against oxidative stress.
Supports skin health, heart health, immune function, and cancer prevention.
2. Williams et al, 2020. “A randomized placebo-controlled trial to investigate the effect of lactolycopene on semen quality in healthy males.”
“Legacy’s formulation has combined the ingredients that have the most robust scientific evidence to support their use. This male fertility supplement may improve semen quality, including sperm count, motility, morphology, and genetic health.”
Dr. Ramy Abou Ghayda, urologist, researcher, Legacy Chief Medical Officer
Frequently asked questions
The male fertility supplement is ideal for those who are trying to conceive or are planning to start a family soon, including those who are undergoing fertility treatment. It’s also recommended for those who want to improve sperm quality before freezing their sperm. Always talk to your doctor before starting any supplement regimen.
It’s not required, but we highly recommend starting your journey to healthier sperm with baseline fertility testing, such as a semen analysis. Before you try a supplement to improve your fertility, you should understand where your sperm health is right now. We also recommend testing your sperm every 2–3 months to monitor improvement.
The Legacy male fertility supplement is designed to be a once-daily dose — just two capsules with everything you need to support sperm health. Don’t exceed the recommended dosage.
Sperm production takes 2–3 months, so it may take 3–6 months to see the positive effect of the male fertility supplement. We recommend supplementing for up to 6 months or as directed by your doctor.
When taken at the recommended dosage, side effects from the ingredients listed above are rare and mild. While the male fertility supplement is safe overall, we recommend talking to your doctor before starting any new regimen.
If you have a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA), or health reimbursement arrangement (HRA), Legacy’s male fertility supplement may be eligible for coverage if it’s recommended by your healthcare provider. We recommend consulting your doctor and checking with your benefits coordinator to understand any specific requirements for reimbursement, such as a letter of medical necessity, or limits on usage or protocols. If your purchase is eligible, you can use your HSA/FSA card or submit your itemized receipt — sent to your inbox after purchasing — for reimbursement.
This supplement is designed specifically to support sperm production and enhance male fertility. However, each of the ingredients it contains has multiple benefits, including the support of brain health, immune system function, and cell growth.
Male fertility supplements are just one small part of sperm health improvement. Lifestyle changes such as a healthy diet, moderate exercise, and enough sleep are important for your fertility, as is quitting smoking and reducing alcohol consumption.