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    for those who take CoQ10 supplements, which do you take? I've been doing some reading and it seems there's 2 types. I started taking one from the chemist recently and I think it might be the wrong one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    for those who take CoQ10 supplements, which do you take? I've been doing some reading and it seems there's 2 types. I started taking one from the chemist recently and I think it might be the wrong one.
    What are the two types?

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    Has anyone had a cycle of 18 days before? Last months was normal but this month was 18 days. I'm worried I'm entering into the perimenopause and this would mean if I do a stimulated cycle in May because my FET failed then it would be futile in terms of collecting eggs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    What are the two types?
    ubiquinone & ubiquinol - the latter is apparently harder to get but easier for the body to absorb. the one I have seems to be the first one (natures way - ubidcarenone is the ingredient name)
    http://www.lef.org/magazine/2007/1/report_coq10/Page-01

    just wondering if anyone's been told to get another kind specifically

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckyme1 View Post
    Has anyone had a cycle of 18 days before? Last months was normal but this month was 18 days. I'm worried I'm entering into the perimenopause and this would mean if I do a stimulated cycle in May because my FET failed then it would be futile in terms of collecting eggs.
    hopefully it's just the hormones resetting after previous cycles. I think that can cause different cycle lengths?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckyme1 View Post
    Has anyone had a cycle of 18 days before? Last months was normal but this month was 18 days. I'm worried I'm entering into the perimenopause and this would mean if I do a stimulated cycle in May because my FET failed then it would be futile in terms of collecting eggs.
    I did once. It was a month I was due to do a FET and after 17 days I still hadn't ovulated which was weird for me. Then AF came. The FS said that these things just happen sometimes as you get older. It had never happened to me before and has not happened since.

    My FET had to be postponed to the following month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    ubiquinone & ubiquinol - the latter is apparently harder to get but easier for the body to absorb. the one I have seems to be the first one (natures way - ubidcarenone is the ingredient name)
    http://www.lef.org/magazine/2007/1/report_coq10/Page-01

    just wondering if anyone's been told to get another kind specifically
    I just bought the ones they had in the health shop...not sure which they were but were in a rice bran oil suspension

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    Hmm, mine are living healthy 150mg coq10, they say nothing about oil, just 150mg ubidecarinone (coq10). I just picked them up from the chemist and they were the only ones I saw. I didn't realise there was a variety.

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    Argh, I've just gone on one month strike due to DP saying I give him a hard time. Heaven forbid I should want him to clean ANYTHING ! so no cooking, cleaning, washing, mowing, dishes, folding, feeding pets, changing beds etc. can't say I'm unhappy about that lol. I did a one week kitchen strike not long ago and he took the hint, but forgot about it pretty quick it seems. Unfortunately he's more than happy to eat frozen food and sleep in the same sheets for a year so he can probably hold out for a month.

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    thanks, I'll look around for some others and try them

    leyshoja, I'm sure he'll come round and help out soon. tell him to pay for a cleaner or something if he doesn't want to do it himself. enjoy your break though

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