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Review: Ubiquinol side effects
In this review, we analyze Ubiquinol side effects by the time on the drug, gender and age (0-60+) of the people who have side effects while taking Ubiquinol. The review is based on 57 people who have side effects while taking Ubiquinol from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
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What is Ubiquinol
Ubiquinol (latest outcomes from 104 users) has active ingredients of coenzyme q - 10.
It can also be called: Coenzyme Q - 10, Coenzyme Q10, CoQ, CoQ10, CoQ-10, Mitoquinone, Ubidecarenone, Ubiquinone, Q10.
On Nov, 12, 2014: 57 people who reported to have side effects when taking Ubiquinol are studied
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I have had 5 strokes 14 years ago-have osteroporosis,lupus,vasculitis, need to use walker, legs weak and clumsey-can do very little in house,difficult to walk even with walker
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I've always had a hard time on focusing the things I do but was able to manage it until I was diagnosed with ADHD in my last semester of second Bachelor's degree. I've been on Amphatemine Salts, substitute of Adderall, for a year and 3months on and off. I started with 40mg per day and didn't use as often as I was prescribed bcoz it didn't let me fall asleep but then the dosage wasn't enough to keep me focus so my dr. played with the dosage that increased slowly to a 80mg per day. Since the second month of taking the medication, I started having skin problems (itchy heat rash) all over my body and also joint pain after 5 months. Talked with my dr. about it & went to couple dermatologist but nothing positive about the problems only got worse within time. Recently, I got a routine check up including hemograme screening. My WBC count came 14 & NEU count 10,3 which are higher than normal. And there's no accuracy about an infection or inflammation that is found on any part of the body. I've read reviews online & statistics show that adderall causes pain in joints, skin problems also increase in WBCs. So I'm worried that I might have Rheumatoid Arthritis. And more important if it's viral or bacterial?
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I have Mitochondrial Myopathy and I need to take Co enzyme q10 or Ubiquinol,but I also developed a kind of Multiple Intolerance to medications as Omeprazole and derivates,Procinetics,Ranitidine and derivates,misoprostol,antidepresive drugs.For all this I haven´t been able to take my medications,bec ...
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