Hi ladies sorry its taken me a while I finally went and spoke to the pharmacist yesterday. She said COQ10 is not proven unsafe but its not proven safe either as not enough studies have been done to prove its safe
so she said its a naturally occuring substance so she doesnt think its too bad but since its not been proven safe its best to avoid
QUOTE(Serendipity3 @ Aug 25 2011, 09:41 AM)
louise - I have been looking into this for my upcoming IVF - on the back of the blackmores pregnancy vitamins etc it actually lists coq10 as an ingredient. Although its a smaller amount than if you took on it is own, its still listed. Maybe do a google search or look at the blackmores site.
Hun in previous IVF cycles I was always on high doses of COQ10 at the knowledge of my acupuncturist and also my gp who works at the same clinic. this was in preparation its actually a good thing as is royal jelly and vitamin d ( pre pregnancy def dont take royal jelly if pregnant vitamin d is ok though