Active ingredients: coenzyme q - 10
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71-year-old female. Started taking ubiquinol 200mg per day in July 2015. Had a two-week bout of severe diarrhoea a week or so later. This settled down and the ubiquinol seemed to be working. My BP came down a bit and the extrasystoles that have troubled me all my life disappeared. January 2016 the diarrhoea came back with a vengeance. This increased in severity over the next six weeks. Then the urinary incontinence started - completely uncontrollable when I had a full bladder. In spite of my age, I have never had this problem in my life - probably due to never having given birth. Four days after stopping the ubiquinol completely the diarrhoea started coming under control. However, I'm left with distressing urinary incontinence. I'm hoping this will clear up too. Anyone else had similar problems?
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I am aware that everybody's make up physically is a different and what may affect one person one way may not affect me the same way . However if anything different is happening in my body and it's happening to someone else taking the same two medications I want to know how I need to govern myself .
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