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Posted by AngelaB on October 01, 2000 at 14:14:33:

This might be causing a lot of side effects among us, including the hair loss, muscle cramping and diabetes/blood sugar problems. BUT...to my knowledge it hasn't yet been shown that adding Coenzyme Q-10 to the diet in the form of supplements will offset the Lipitor depletion.
If you decide to try supplementing with Coenzyme Q-10, first check with your doctor! If Coenzyme Q-10 is to be at all effective, it is recommended to take at least 150mg per day as a supplement. Hope this helps some of us Lipitor users.

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