Ccq 100 MG Tablet 5
Clomifene Clomifene is used to stimulate the ovaries and facilitate ovulation (release of the egg from the follicles) in women. Clomifene is used to treat oligozoospermia (decreased production of sperms) in men. Coenzyme Q10 Coenzyme Q10 produces energy that is required by the cell for its growth. It also functions as an antioxidant, which protects the body from the damage caused by the harmful molecules. Coenzyme Q10 helps to digest food and perform other body functions. It also protects the heart and skeletal muscles.
Mode of drug action :
Clomifene Clomifene has estrogenic and anti-estrogenic properties. Clomifene stimulates the pituitary gland and releases gonadotropins, follicle-stimulating hormone, and luteinizing hormones. These hormones orchestrate the development and maturation of the ovarian follicles, ovulation, and development of corpus luteum. Additionally, clomifene is used to increase the sperm count in males. Coenzyme Q10 Coenzyme Q10 is a fat-soluble vitamin that is naturally found in the mitochondria of the eukaryotic cells. It is the part of electron transport chain and participates in the aerobic cellular respiration. It generates energy in the form of ATP which is essential for the functioning and maintenance of the human cell.
What are the common side effects?
Clomifene The common side effects of clomifene are abnormal vaginal bleeding, allergic reactions, blurred vision, gastrointestinal discomfort, stomach pain, flushing, shortness of breath, and breast discomfort. Coenzyme Q10 A decrease in the coenzyme Q10 levels causes some side effects such as muscle pain, nausea, diarrhea, liver damage, kidney damage, increased blood sugar levels, and type 2 diabetes.
Pregnancy: Unsafe Breast feeding: Unsafe Alcohol: Unsafe Kidney dysfunction: Caution required Liver dysfunction: Caution required
Special precautions for safe use
• People with clotting disorders, problems of thyroid, liver, pancreas, diabetes, irregularities in the heartbeat should take CCQ medicine with caution.
• Avoid CCQ tablets if an allergic reaction was seen in the past with any of the ingredients.
• In the case of pregnancy, plan for pregnancy and lactation, ask a doctor before using the CCQ drug.
• Tab CCQ can interact with other drugs. So, ask a doctor before using CCQ with any other medicines to reduce the chances of CCQ tablets side effects.
• Talk to the doctor about the safe use of CCQ tablets. The dosage of CCQ will be determined by the doctor.
What else should I know?
1. I am suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome. Can I take clomifene? Yes, clomifene tablet is used to facilitate ovulation in patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome.
2. Can I use clomifene during breastfeeding? No, clomifene may enter into the breast milk and may harm your baby.
3. When should I take clomifene tablet? Clomifene is usually taken for five days, starting from the fifth day of the menstrual periods.
4. What is the recommended clomifene dose? The doctor may recommend the clomifene dose depending on your condition. Do not self-medicate.
5. I am on NSAIDs. Can I use the clomifene tablet? No, clomifene and NSAIDs have drug-drug interactions when taken together. Coenzyme Q10
1. What are the sources of co-enzyme Q10? Coenzyme Q10 can be obtained from oily fish, meat, beef, and whole grains.
2. Does coenzyme Q10 improve migraine condition? Co-enzyme Q10 reported having beneficial effects on the condition of a migraine.
3. Can I use anticoagulants while on coenzyme Q10? No, coenzyme Q10 decreases the effects of anticoagulants such as warfarin.
4. Does coenzyme Q10 acts as anti-oxidant? Yes, coenzyme Q10 acts as anti-oxidant.
5. Does coenzyme Q10 cause weight loss? Yes, coenzyme Q10 facilitates weight loss, by increasing the functions of the cells.