Coenzyme Q10

Last Update February 13, 2016
Other brands: Q Sorb Co Q 10
Category: Dietary supplement
Coenzyme Q10, also known as ubiquinone, ubidecarenone, coenzyme Q, and abbreviated at times to CoQ10 , '''CoQ'...
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What people say about Coenzyme Q10 and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

#80 in Coenzyme Q10 discussions - 54 posts discuss Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Coenzyme Q10.

What people say about Coenzyme Q10 and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome ?

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and tingling. I put this Q up on ASA and some suggest C...
| www.remedyspot.com
" I am having same problem with thumb twitching...also numbness and tingling. I put this Q up on ASA and some suggest Carpal... "

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number. I have been experiencing nerve tingling in my hands...
| www.diabetesdaily.com
" ...Why should I take COQ10? How does this help in the equation? I was diabetic before the meds and have been keeping a high normal cholestoral number. I have been experiencing nerve tingling in my... "

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I sleep). I am also taking COQ10 and B12. They seem to help...
| forum.cmtausa.org
" ...you had injections for your carpal tunnel. It has helped me along with bracing (especially at night when I sleep). I am also taking COQ10 and B12. They seem to help... "

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under control. Barbara, I take Co Q 10, 300mgs per day for...
| www.fibrotalk.com
" ...into week 4, still get nauseas in the evening sometimes. ...under control. Barbara, I take Co Q 10, 300mgs per day for the headaches I get from the Chiari Malformation. Also B6 for dead ...hands (I tested... "

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ago. He took 1300-1500mg of CoQ10 for several months...
| www.spacedoc.net
" ...eight months ago. He took 1300-1500mg of CoQ10 for several months and slowly ...two of his fingers after carpal tunnel like symptoms. Within a week ...Now he takes 450mg/day of CoQ10 and 1500mg/day of... "

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a good sign. I do take CoQ10 (500 mg) three times a day an...
| www.spacedoc.net
" ...thinks I have ALS. My symptoms have not gotten worse since I stopped the vytorin which I hope is a good sign. I do take CoQ10 (500 mg) three times a ...do my hands---that I had carpal tunnel) I wish... "

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or carpal tunnel- seems to have helped it settle do...
| www.veganfitness.net
" L-Cartitine, Hydroxycitric Acid, and Co Q10. These 3 were what I found helped me recover ...long time) Vegan glucosomine (for carpal tunnel- seems to have helped it settle down) Selenium... "

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sure. ...I know I've had carpal tunnel in my hands for a...
| www.uk-muscle.co.uk
" ...sure. ...I know I've had carpal tunnel in my hands for a while and even slight water retention is painful...ive tried allsorts but staying properly hydrated ..not too much or too little with asprin... "

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he has carpal tunnel in his right hand already. I checked...
| www.mothering.com
" eireann: he has carpal tunnel in his right hand already. ...DH said that the dizziness and fuzziness is worse when he changes environments: ...sbgrace: I don't know what coq10 is, I'll have to check... "

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I have mild Carpel Tunnel which produces this symptom.I r...
| www.mdjunction.com
" ...including nutrition additives such as CoQ10. I haven't read the hand numbness comes with GP, but I have mild Carpel Tunnel which produces this symptom. I... "

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