CoQ10 for Supplement for Male and Female Fertility
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CoQ10 has been shown to enhance both male and female fertility in numerous studies. Effective in boosting cellular energy and as a potent antioxidant.
Coenzyme Q10 for Fertility
Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10 as it is often called, is a vitamin-like substance that has been used to enhance fertility – both male and female – for several years. Originally known for its benefits to cardiac and neurological health, CoQ10 has been the subject of considerable research into its effects on overall sperm health and egg quality.
We ingest CoQ10 naturally in our diet through the consumption of meat, fish, and certain vegetables and fruit. Present in each cell of your body, CoQ10 plays a key role in energy production. Particularly prevalent in mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell, CoQ10 is a component of the electron transport chain responsible for generating energy in the cells. Levels of CoQ10 tend to diminish as you age, resulting in reduced cellular energy capacity, which has obvious fertility implications. Particularly relevant for use in enhancing fertility, CoQ10 also functions as an antioxidant, decreasing the damaging effects of free radicals on the reproductive system.
CoQ10 & Male Fertility
A number of studies have examined the role of CoQ10 in relation to male fertility and have found it to play a key role. One study published in Fertility & Sterility revealed that men with lower-than-normal levels of CoQ10 in their seminal fluid tend to have sperm with low motility. Fortunately, the study also found that by supplementing with CoQ10 (200 mg/day), subjects experienced a significant increase in sperm motility. Another study published in the Journal of Andrology examined the results on sperm health on men supplementing with 300 mg of CoQ10 daily. In addition to a significant increase in sperm motility, this study also indicated a benefit to both sperm count and morphology.
CoQ10 & Female Fertility
Experts theorize that the powerful energy producing activity of CoQ10 is the mechanism by which this ingredient benefits female fertility. As we age and our naturally occurring levels of CoQ10 diminish, the high energy consuming processes associated with fertilization and embryo development become less efficient. A study published in the Journal of Fertility and Sterility found that older women taking up to 600 mg of CoQ10 daily experienced an improvement in both egg quality and subsequent fertilization rates.
- Each softgel contains 100 mg of CoQ10 – take 1 softgel, 2 times daily preferably with food
- Each bottle contains 60 softgels – a one month supply
- May be taken in conjunction with all other Fairhaven Health male and female fertility supplements
- Coenzyme Q10 is a potent antioxidant and plays a key role in energy production
- Frequently used to enhance both male and female fertility
- Studies indicate CoQ10 may help to increase sperm count, motility, and benefit sperm morphology
- Supplementing with CoQ10 may benefit egg quality and fertilization rates in women
- Manufactured in a GMP-certified facility in the United Status – potency and purity guaranteed
I’m currently taking FH Pro and it already has CoQ10 in it 300mg. I’ve read that if it’s in ubiquinone form that you should take up to 600mg. Is it okay to supplement with this as well?
Yes, that is just fine to use CoQ10 with FH PRO for Women or FH PRO for Men.
After a BFP is it recommended to continue?
Once you confirm pregnancy, we would recommend you discontinue use and just switch to a prenatal vitamin.
Can I take this with OvaBoost?
Yes, it’s just fine to combine OvaBoost and CoQ10.
Is this the ubiquinol or ubiquinone form of CoQ10?
The CoQ10 we sell uses the patented ingredient Q-sorb, which is ubiquinone
Is this ok to take with Royal Jelly, Maca, and FertileDetox?
Yes, that would be just fine.
Can I take this with prenatal vitamins?
Yes, it’s highly recommended to take this along with a prenatal vitamin.
I’m 44 and currently taking FertilAid, FertileCM, FertileDetox and OvaBoost, which already contains some CoQ10. Is it safe and/or recommended to supplement further by adding more CoQ10?
Yes, you are welcome to add CoQ10 into your regimen.
How many pills come in a bottle of CountBoost?
Yes, it’s perfectly safe to combine Coenzyme Q10 with FertilAid for Women.