Every treatment comes with some risk of side effects, but CoQ10, riboflavin, and magnesium have generally been shown to cause minimal side effects, like stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhea, and nausea. People with very serious kidney problems should not take magnesium without a medical provider's supervision. Riboflavin may cause urine to turn a yellow-orange color, but this usually isn’t a cause for concern. If you’re concerned about specific side effects, you might want to talk it over with your provider before starting supplements.
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- What is the testing process for supplements?
- Can I take these supplements if I'm pregnant?
- Are these supplements only for migraines?
- How many pills do you get in a three-month supply?
- Are there any side effects?
- When do I take the supplements? (i.e - Do I take these every day or just when I am experiencing symptoms?)
- Do I get the supplements every month like I do my medication, or do I need to reorder whenever I need more?
- What are the supplements used for/what do they treat?
- How much do they cost?
- Can I take the supplements with this specific medication/other medications?