Is Q10 a blood thinner? It's a "yes/no" answer; yes if your blood cells have become disc shaped and gluggy and no if they are healthy. What I was trying to say is if you are on the blood thinner you don't want to keep using it once your blood cells start respiring normally as you would be doing more than would be required which could make you prone to unintended bleeding.
What the Q10 does is provide the phosphate molecule the ADP needs to become ATP if you don't have enough. If you do have enough then it will do something between nothing and not much. If you go to my post called "beyond Avonex and Valtrex" and scroll down to the 9th post there is a heading called Peroxynitrite. An explanation is there. There is also a link to an animation which I repost here http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0 ... works.html
I believe what has happened to us is the action of the pump has been disabled so our cells become sodium engorged and the exchange you can see in the animation fails to work hence we have no energy. Q10 just provides an alternate source of the phosphate molecule.
I don't think 100mg is anywhere near enough. That's enough for healthy people. I take 600mg every night just before bed. Try going up in 150mg steps at two night gaps so you can see how you handle it. I go to bed at 10pm and I rise each day at 5.15am ( boring, I know). Going to bed at same time and planning 7 hours sleep is important too. Just ignore your family and go to bed at the same time each night as often as you can.
I hope you are buying the best brand you can afford. Ideally the pharmacist pointed you to a practioner approved product. It might be behind the counter not on a shelf. The active ingredient in mine is Ubidecarenone Q10 d-alpha-Tocopherol 150mg. It also has 10mg of natural Vit E per capsule.
I understand if my post I redirected you to sounds like the work of an old wind bag as it gets a bit technical and unfortunately I assume some knowledge at the reader level which is a bad thing to do. If you read it out loud or get someone to read it to you I hope it will wash over you and you'll get the broad sweep of it. There's a lot to absorb.
Further down in my long post I have a section called "What I would do if I was just diagnosed". If you read that you will see that Q10 is just a part of getting better. MS is a collection of problems. There is no single magic bullet. You will need to do a number of things and stick at it.
Let me know how you go and I will try to help if I can.