Ccq 100 Side Effects

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I am 30 yrs old. Got married before 3 years. two years i tried naturally but no result. Past one year i'm taking treatment. Dr adviced my to take CCQ 100. Please advise me what will happen after taking this tablet. And also Dr advised to take Ovacare.. ...
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Thu, Apr 10 '14, 7:23 AM
Ccq 100mg effects
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hi, my last lmp was on 30/11/2014 from the 3-5th ay I took ccq100mg from from 10-18th day we had intercourse then from 23/12/2014 till date I got spotting bleeding is not like period it's thinner. could it be that I'm preg n leading to miscarriage or any infection? pls advise. thank u ...
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Fri, Dec 26 '14, 3:46 AM
Ccq Tablet 50 is used
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I am 23 years old. I have taken 5 ccq 50 tablet for 5 days from the 3rd day of my periods... My doctor prescribed me CCQ tablets after my 1st DNC (4 months prior)... Is there any chance that I could get pregnant this month? She prescribed CCQ tablets for 3 months. Also, what is the use of CCQ tablet and how does it work? ## Hi, Hanna! Good luck trying to conceive! This tablet contains the active ingredient Clomifene and Ubidecarenone (Coenzyme Q10), it's used to help induce ovulation to increase your chances of getting pregnant. Learn more Clomifene details here. Side effects may include hot flashes, abdominal discomfort and blurry vision. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi iwas given ccq 100 to take from the day of periods what is the use of of taking tht tablet ## while... ...
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