as a result of the statin's side affect of the reductions of their CoQ10 production in their body
3 May 2010
"Supplementation with commercially available coenzyme Q10 has no robust evidence of clinical benefit. With supplementation, serum concentrations are raised, although there is no good data to suggest a clinically important rise in coenzyme Q10 within muscle mitochondria, where the coenzyme's activity is reported to be the major cause of concern."
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Besides my statin and Lisinopril, I take calcium, Vit D, CoQ10, baby asprin,and a complete vitamin. Are these interfering with the Celexa?
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Hi, I just started taking Sertraline for anxiety. I'm taking 25mg for 2 weeks and then I'm supposed to increase to 50mg. I'm brand new ...
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this OK? Why coQ10? He wants me to take coQ10 3 times a day. Any one with experience with this combo? Vivian
1 answer • 29 Jan 2016