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Why Should I file a Invokana® Lawsuit?

The FDA issued a Drug Safety Communication on May 15, 2015 warning diabetes patients using SGLT2 inhibitors like Invokana to watch for signs of ketoacidosis such as confusion, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, difficulty breathing and unusual fatigue or sleepiness. The FDA issued this warning after 20 cases of Ketoacidosis were identified.


Invokana® was the first and most popular of the SGLT2 inhibitor class of diabetes drugs introduced by Johnson & Johnson. These drugs were designed to help type 2 diabetes patients release excess blood glucose through the urine. SGLT2 work differently then traditional diabetes drugs, they work by targeting the kidneys to reduce glucose levels in the body. This process can cause the user to urinate frequently and acids called Ketones could begin to build. In high levels, Ketones are poisonous and could the user to experience acute Kidney Failure or Ketoacidosis.

What is Ketoacidosis?

Diabetic Ketoacidosis is a condition where toxic acids called ketones begin to build up and the body can not produce enough insulin to manage these glucose levels. The American Diabetes Association warns that Ketoacidosis left untreated can lead to a diabetic coma or in rare cases even Death.

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SGLT2 inhibitors Included in the FDA Drug Saftey Warning:

• Invokana®
• Farxiga®
• Jardiance®
• Invokamet®
• Xigduo XR®
• Glyxambi®

If you or a loved one used one of these drugs and suffered injury you may be entitled to Financial Compensation.

THE FDA WARNING RECOMMENDS PEOPLE TAKING SGLT2 MEDICATIONS LOOK FOR SYMPTOMS OF KETOACIDOSIS. THESE SYMPTOMS INCLUDE:

• Confusion
• Nausea
• Vomiting
• Abdominal Pain
• Difficulty Breathing
• Unusual Fatigue or Sleepiness


The FDA issued a Drug Safety Communication on May 15, 2015 warning diabetes patients using SGLT2 inhibitors like Invokana to watch for signs of ketoacidosis. If you think one of these drugs may have caused you harm, you may have legal options.
Which diabetes medication were you prescribed?
Were you diagnosed with any of the following while on the medication:
Do you already have an attorney helping you with your case?

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