Invokana (canaglifozin) is a prescription drug used to regulate glucose levels in Type II diabetics. Today we know the drug can cause serious side effects including ketoacidosis, kidney failure, cardiac problems, and bone fractures. Patients who took Invokana were unaware of its potential dangers.
Two recent FDA Invokana warnings have led researchers and doctors to question whether the drug's benefits are worth its many risks. To date, no studies have proven Invokana to have any clear benefits over similar products. When Invokana first became available in the United States, neither doctors not patients were warned of Invokana side effects.
If you or a loved one suffered from kidney problems, broken bones, blood acid problems, heart problems, or another side effect while taking Invokana, you may qualify to file an Invokana lawsuit. Drug companies that reap profits at the expense of patient safety must be held accountable.
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A range of side effects have been associated with Invokana, including ketoacidosis or a blood acid imbalance, kidney failure, bone fracture, and less commonly, heart attack and stroke. Invokana side effects have been traced through adverse event reports from patients. Read more about Invokana side effects.
Three different FDA Invokana warnings were issued during 2015, addressing new information on the risk of bone density problems and fractures caused by Invokana and the threat of ketoacidosis, a dangerous blood acid imbalance. Read full information about the FDA Invokana warnings on ketoacidosis and bone fractures.
Persons and the family members of persons who have suffered from Invokana side effects may qualify to file an Invokana lawsuit against Janssen, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering resulting from Invokana side effects. Read about how to file an Invokana lawsuit.
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