The power and pitfalls of omics part 2: epigenomics, transcriptomics and ME/CFS
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Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by alice111, May 16, 2013.

  1. alice111

    alice111 Senior Member

    has anyone tried coq10 injections? intramusuclar, iv, push etc.

    I have malabsorption, and nothing I take orally seems to do anything. also, I have seen on here a lot of people with similar experiences of supplementing coq but still showing low in mitochondrial function tests. Given my recent positive results with b complex injections, I have been thinking that maybe coq10 injections would be far more helpful than taking orally. also, it is fat solubable so would be a good candidate for subcutaneous injections.

    any thoughts or experience would be great!
  2. redrachel76

    redrachel76 Senior Member

    There is a sublingual form of coQ10 available. I can not remember where I bought mine from because it was many years since I tried it. I found it by searching on the internet. It cost a lot more than standard coQ10 supplements.
    It was from an online compounding pharmacy but can not remember the name.
    I think it was the genuine stuff because it gave me the exact same (bad) reactions I got from the swallowed coQ10 capsules, just without any gut problems of digesting it. It also seemed to be quicker absorbed.

    I seem to be the only person in the universe who actually worsens on coQ10. Everyone else I know either improved on it or has no difference so don't be put off trying it from my experience.

    Perhaps you already know that there is a sublingual form available but I thought I should still mention it as an alternative to injections and IV.

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