A smaller form of the Coenzyme Q10 molecule that is found in all cellular systems and in almost all cells, tissues, and organs, including a woman's ovules. CoQ10 performs several vital functions, including promoting energy production and neutralizing free radicals, preventing premature aging. Coenzyme Q10 levels tend to decline with age.
- Prevent and may even reverse the decline in egg quality that naturally occurs with age.
- Supports and enhances energy production in the mitochondria.
- It helps to obtain better results in IVF by improving the quality of the eggs.
- By improving the energy produced in the mitochondria, it helps the eggs to mature with the correct number of chromosomes, resulting in healthier embryos.
- Numerous studies found that CoQ10 reduces the number of canceled cycles and the rates of chromosomal abnormalities in IVFs.
- Pretreatment with coenzyme Q10 improves ovarian response and embryo quality in low-prognosis young women with decreased ovarian reserve: a randomized controlled trial
- Coenzyme Q10 Supplementation and Oocyte Aneuploidy in Women Undergoing IVF-ICSI Treatment
- Coenzyme Q10 supplementation of human oocytes in vitro maturation reduces postmeiotic aneuploidies
- Effect of diet-induced obesity and CoQ10 on ovarian reserve
- The antioxidant role of coenzyme Q
- The Role of Coenzyme Q in Cellular Metabolism: Current Biological and Clinical Aspects