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Pages: 1 2 3 Showing 1 - 20 of 57 for time of day for taking coq10. (0.051 seconds)


... muscle aches, upset stomach, lots of gas mostly belching, etc. ... (0 replies)
... No problem taking the Coq10 in the evening if only taking one capsule per day. No set time for taking Coq10, as long as it is taken with a meal. ... (8 replies)
... You certainly sound like you have your share of worries... ... (20 replies)

... The CoQ10 does not work quickly. I had serious pain for over 8 months after I stopped taking Lipitor, and I was on 150mg CoQ10 per day for about the last four months of this time. I can't say for sure that the CoQ10 helped speed my recovery, or whether my body just healed itself. ... (11 replies)
... but it is well known that statins deplete CoQ10 from the body. CoQ10 helps the mitochondria in each of your cells to function properly and to produce energy. ... (4 replies)
... A solid year of research.............. ... (34 replies)
Muscle pains
Jan 23, 2004
... I went to the doctor yesterday after being off the Lipitor for 3 weeks with no relief. He said that since the muscle pains had not gone away that it probably wasn't the Lipitor. ... (15 replies)
... effects such as muscle wasting. Last week she had a heart attack due to the narrowing of one of her arteries in 2 places. ... (7 replies)
... dose of Vytorin? ... (13 replies)
... but a glass of red wine a day may actually help your cholesterol levels. ... (16 replies)
... d get my cholesterol below 200, however, I started getting muscle pains that progressively got worse. I quit Zocor on Aug 7 and it took at least 2 months to get of the pain. After quitting Zocor, I started taking CoQ10 to get rid of pain and then learnt about Policosanol. ... (26 replies)
Too much medicine?
Nov 27, 2005
... The risk of muscle pain, weakness or even Rhabdomyolosis is GREATLY increased when a statin is combined with a fibrate. ... (4 replies)
... In any case, if it still does contain the equivalent of lovastatin, I'd personally feel much safer taking the lovastatin than the RYR. At least the quality control of the lovastatin production process is monitored, and presumably much greater than for the RYR. ... (7 replies)
... Wow, I go back to life for a couple of hours and come back to a full fledged debate, which is what is needed. ... (76 replies)
... Can you give me a list of the supplements you are talking? ... (0 replies)
Lipitor/time
May 29, 2005
... Sagg, Everyone reacts to statins differently, and recovers from their side effects differently. You were not on them that long - so I'd like to think you'll recover quickly. Try taking the CoQ10 with a fish-oil capsule (or with a little fatty food if you don't have any). It is better absorbed when taken with some fat... You can also safely up the dose to... (14 replies)
My results
May 12, 2005
... The vitamins you are taking are great. In my experience, vitamins have not had much effect on my cholesterol values. I believe they help in many other ways. ... (31 replies)
... For years I have had high cholesterol. 2 years ago I was tested and it was still high. I started taking supplements to lower it but I wasn't consistent with them. My doctor never suggested taking a statin. ... (6 replies)
... I'm not even sure if I need coq10 at this stage, I will revisit this in the coming year. ... (5 replies)
... efully reconsider your decision to take a statin. Read the following report, but you'll have to "fix" the link by removing the spaces I installed on either side of the A . Change "N A P" to "NAP". ... (19 replies)


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