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SALT INFORMATION for Q CAR
How it works
Common side effects
How it works
Common side effects
Common Dosage for Q CAR 50MG/500MG TABLET
Patients taking Q CAR 50MG/500MG TABLET
- 67%Once A Day
- 23%Twice A Day
- 7%Alternate Day
- 2%Thrice A Day
SUBSTITUTES for Q CARNo substitutes found
- Dr. Prabhat Kumar JhaMBBS, MD
- Dr. Sushila KatariaMBBS, MD, Diploma
- Dr. Joy ChakrabortyMBBS, MD
- Dr. R. S. RawatMBBS, MD
- Dr. Kartavya ShahMBBS, DNB
Expert advice for Q CAR
- Always consult your doctor before taking CoQ10 as a supplementary therapy.
- Precautions must be taken if you are suffering for liver problems.
- Diabetic patients on CoQ10 supplementation must closely monitor their blood sugar levels for sudden drop is sugar levels.
- Patients suffering from high blood pressure must also use CoQ10 with caution and monitor their blood pressure regularly.
Frequently asked questions for Q CAR
Q.Is Coenzyme Q10 a vitamin?
No, Coenzyme Q10 is not a vitamin. It is a vitamin-like substance found throughout the body
Q.Is Coenzyme Q10 FDA approved?
Yes, At least one formulation of CoQ10 has been FDA-approved as an orphan drug for rare genetic disorders such as mitochondrial deficiencies
Q.Is Coenzyme Q10 natural?
Yes, Coenzyme Q10 is natural as it is synthesized in the human body. CoQ10 is found in most cells of the body, with high concentrations in the heart, liver, kidney, and pancreas
Q.Is Coenzyme Q10 good for weight loss?
It is not yet studied or established in humans whether Coenzyme Q10 supplementation is beneficial for weight loss
Q.Is Coenzyme Q10 safe/ bad for you?
If taken as a supplement at the prescribed doses Coenzyme Q10 is safe, and not bad for you. Although, it may cause some side effects
Q.Is Coenzyme Q10 a blood thinner/ blood thinning agent/ Plavix (clopidogrel)?
No, Coenzyme Q10 does not have any known effects on blood thinning. However, if given with a blood thinning agent, it may increase the risk of bleeding
Q.Is Coenzyme Q10 effective in statin myopathy?
There is some evidence that coenzyme Q10 might reduce muscle pain caused due to statin therapy which are used to lower the cholesterol. However, more research is needed to determine whether coenzyme Q10 supplementation might be beneficial
Q.Can I take Coenzyme Q10 with lisinopril?
Lisinopril is prescribed for high blood pressure. CoQ10 may be prescribed along with the blood pressure lowering medications to aid their effect. However, combined use might cause your blood pressure to go too low
Q.Can I take Coenzyme Q10 with Lipitor/Crestor?
Statins are cholesterol lowering drugs. Coenzyme Q10 has been found to be beneficial in statin induced muscle pain (myopathy) and may be prescribed together if you experience this side-effect. However, coenzyme Q10 is known to interact adversely with statins. Consult your physician before taking statins and CoQ10 together
Q.Can I take Coenzyme Q10 with citalopram?
There is some evidence that coenzyme Q10 might interact with antidepressants such as citalopram. Please consult your doctor before using coenzyme Q10 while on citalopram therapy
Q.Can I take Coenzyme Q10 with fish oil?
There are no known serious interactions between coenzyme Q10 and fish oil
Q.Can I take Coenzyme Q10 with warfarin?
Taking coenzyme Q10 with warfarin must be avoided, as it may increase the risk of bleeding
Q.Can I take Coenzyme Q10 with other vitamins/multivitamins?
There are no known serious interactions between coenzyme Q10 other vitamins; However, please consult your doctor before using coenzyme Q10 with other vitamins or multivitamin supplementation
Q.Can I take Coenzyme Q10 with Synthroid?
Coenzyme Q10 may affect thyroid hormone levels and interact with synthetic thyroid agents such as Synthroid. Consult your doctor before taking Synthyroid and CoQ10 together
Q.Can I take Coenzyme Q10 with atenolol?
There is some evidence that coenzyme Q10 might interact with betablockers such as atenolol and cause excessive lowering of blood pressure. Please consult your doctor before using coenzyme Q10 while on atenolol therapy
Q.Does coenzyme Q10 reduce/lower blood pressure?
Few clinical studies have shown that coenzyme Q10 can slightly reduce blood pressure. If given with a blood pressure lowering medicine, it may excessively reduce blood pressure
Q.Does coenzyme Q10 cause weight gain?
No, Coenzyme Q10 does not have any known effects on body weight
Q.Does coenzyme Q10 reduce Cholesterol/triglycerides?
No, Coenzyme Q10 does not have any known cholesterol / triglyceride lowering effects
Q.Does coenzyme Q10 gives you energy?
Coenzyme Q-10 does participate in the energy production
Q.Does coenzyme Q10 cause insomnia/ gas?
Yes, Coenzyme Q10 can rarely cause insomnia, and may even cause gas
Q.Does coenzyme Q10 cause hair loss?
No, Coenzyme Q10 does not have any known effects on hair loss
Q.Does coenzyme Q10 cause improve egg quality?
No, Coenzyme Q10 does not have any known effects on egg quality
Q.Is Coenzyme Q10 good for your skin and heart?
Yes, Coenzyme Q10 supplementation is known to have protective effects on the heart. Due to its antioxidant effects, it may be good for your skin.
Q.Is levocarnitine OTC?
Levocarnitine is not an OTC. It is sold only upon a prescription by a registered medical practitioner
Q.Is levocarnitine the same as l-carnitine?
Levocarnitine is otherwise known as l-carnitine
Q.Is levocarnitine a steroid?
No. Levocarnitine is an amino acid derivative.