Rash is found among people who take Coenzyme Q10, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for 5 - 10 years, also take medication Folic Acid, and have Blood cholesterol increased . We study 1,398 people who have side effects while taking Coenzyme q10 from FDA and social media. Among them, 87 have Rash. Find out below who they are, when they have Rash and more.
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Coenzyme q10 has active ingredients of coenzyme q - 10. It is often used in supplementation therapy. (latest outcomes from Coenzyme q10 1,453 users)
Rash has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, erythema multiforme, fever, pain, drug ineffective (latest reports from 142,134 Rash patients).
On Jul, 22, 2016
1,398 people reported to have side effects when taking Coenzyme Q10.
Among them, 87 people (6.22%) have Rash
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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A rash suddenly started to appear on my face (mostly forehead) around 6 months ago. It's red with tiny bumps in various spots, and some larger pimple-like bumps have recently started to appear. It was diagnosed as seborrheic dermatitis. It's not classic seborrheic dermatitis in that it doesn't itch and isn't flaking at all. I've been experimenting, and am hoping someone here has some experience that will be helpful to me. I have oily skin that I wash twice daily, once with a salicylic acid scrub, and once with Cetaphil lotion. I was prescribed (generic) Lotrisone and Ketoconazole by a dermatologist. He strongly favored Ketoconazole, but it doesn't help and actually seems to cause pimples and to make it spread. Lotrisone keeps it under control, but the rash returns as soon as I stop using it. I discovered recently that sun exposure can clear it up completely without medication. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Am I stuck with this (and using a steroid cream) for the rest of my life, or is there something like a "cure" or effective over-the-counter treatment that doesn't involve steroids? I'll try to upload a photo of what it looked like before I started to treat it (after a period of experimenting with Ketoconazole-only for 2 weeks, it's currently much worse). I'm a 63-year-old male in good health with Mediterranean ancestry. Thanks ahead of time.
shortly after taking Co q-10 are they making out on my face around my eyes has anyone else had a similar experience is it has dark spots, hyperpigmentation, creases, and wrinkles under my eye and on my eyelids. My left eye started to drop and I am fatigued, which may not be related becauseI do ...
A rash suddenly started to appear on my face (mostly forehead) around 6 months ago. It's red with tiny bumps in various spots, and some larger pimple-like bumps have recently started to appear. It was diagnosed as seborrheic dermatitis. It's not classic seborrheic dermatitis in that it doesn't ...
In the Spring of 2015 I began taking Coenzyme Q10, 200mg (Kirkland Brand) daily. In early July I developed twitching in my left calf muscle. This symptom eventually spread to many other muscle groups throughout my body. I had never experienced anything similar to this in my life time. I also had ...
Hi. I have been on Revlimid since the end of March this year. had a rash after 3 months on 10 mg and stopped the Revlimid for 3 weeks. the rash went away and I started Revlimid again at 15 mg. I am on my 6th cycle at 15 and the rash started again 3 weeks ago. My body is itching so bad I am going ...
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