The typical recommended daily dose for CoQ10 is 30 to 200 milligrams per day for both women and men, according to Everyday Health. Children should not take CoQ10. More »

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As of May 2015, research into taking Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, with statins is not definitive. Some evidence suggests that CoQ10 possibly reduces side effects of statins, according to University of Maryland Medical Center. More »

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Not only is it safe for people who take statins to take CoQ10, but this supplement may decrease muscle breakdown and help control pain, according to the American Journal of Cardiology. CoQ10 is produced naturally by the ... More »

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A healthy lifestyle, regular ob-gyn visits and regular monitoring for signs of trouble all promote female reproductive health, according to Everyday Health. Issues surrounding a healthy female reproductive system include... More »

Menopausal women should avoid fast foods, processed foods, spicy foods, fatty meats and caffeine, according to Everyday Health. Cutting down on the intake of alcohol may reduce symptoms of menopause, including hot flashe... More »

Calcium, iron, folic acid, vitamin D and beta-carotene are recommended in a multivitamin for women, according to Everyday Health. Additionally, women often need supplements for vitamins B6 and B12, as well as for omega-3... More »

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Some of the causes of hip pain in middle-aged women are arthritis, fractures and tendinitis, according to Everyday Health. Hernias and gynecological disorders can also cause hip pain in older women. More »