The recommended daily intake of CoQ10 in both men and women age 19 years and older ranges from 30 to 200 milligrams, states the University of Maryland Medical Center. Doctors may suggest higher doses for patients with certain medical conditions.Continue Reading
The recommended dose for CoQ10 supplementation varies depending on the condition for which CoQ10 is used. Early research indicates that expectant mothers who take CoQ10 from week 20 of their pregnancy until delivery have a reduced risk for developing pre-eclampsia, notes WebMD. The recommended dose for this condition, which is characterized by high blood pressure, is 100 mg twice a day.
Although some studies suggest that taking CoQ10 is possibly safe for pregnant women, more clinical trials are required to fully evaluate its efficacy. Breast-feeding women should check with a doctor before using CoQ10 products.Learn more about Vitamins & Supplements