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Invokana Ketoacidosis Lawsuit

Our lawyers are investigating Invokana Ketoacidosis Lawsuits on behalf of individuals who took Invokana and suffered from ketoacidosis or any of the following injuries: Heart Attack Stroke Kidney Failure Amputation If you or a loved one took Invokana and suffered a serious side effect you may be eligible for financial compensation through an Invokana Lawsuit. Our lawyers are offering free, no obligation lawsuit evaluations – contact us today to discuss a potential Invokana lawsuit. Over $1 billion in settlements and verdicts for our clients If we don’t win or settle your case, you don’t owe anything 95 years of combined experience Call A Lawyer Now – 888-660-6473 Lawsuits are being filed against Janssen Pharmaceuticals and their parent company Johnson & Johnson, the manufacturers of the diabetes drug Invokana, for failing to warn about several serious and potentially deadly side effects, like ketoacidosis. The FDA has issued several recent warnings about side effects of Invokana, and many people are coming forward after developing ketoacidosis and other serious injuries. Johnson & Johnson marketed Invokana as a safe and effective drug, when in fact it was linked to serious Continue reading >>

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  1. Gerald

    I am a type 2 diabetic and I was hospitalized in April for little more then a week with DKA triggered by pneumonia. Since then I have been working hard at recovery including keeping my blood sugar under control with insulin therapy. Even so I seem to have some longer lasting issues and I haven't been able to find are what, if any, typical symptoms of the aftermath of DKA and what a typical recovery pattern is.
    For example, for myself I find the muscles in my legs are very tight, stiff and sore. In particular, if I sit down for awhile and then get up I am basically doing the old man shuffle for five minutes until everything loosens up. I started jogging in May and this has helped quite a bit but I'm wondering if this gets better on it's own or I need to push harder on the exercise?
    In addition to the soreness of legs I'm generally quite lethargic compared to before being hospitalized. I pretty much require a full eight hours sleep a night to be functional at work and I sleep a lot on the weekend to recover enough for the following week of work. I work as software consultant so my work is not physically tiring but is mentally challenging. My wife thinks this is mostly pneumonia not DKA because she remembers it took her about six months to lose the lethargic feeling after she got pneumonia.
    Anyways the above are just examples, what I'm really looking for is an informative link of "typical symptoms while recovering from DKA consist of XXX and typically take YYY to recover". I've googled but been unable to find any references, do people normally make a quick recovery with no lasting issues and I am just unlucky?

  2. notme

    I have not heard of lasting effects from DKA. What have your blood glucose readings been since you were released from the hospital? My concern would be slow onset of DKA if your readings are high.
    Are you taking any statin drugs for high cholesterol? I had serious muscle pain and lethargy as well as depression from taking Lipitor.

  3. Gerald

    Thanks for the response Nancy. I have been averaging about 8 on the glucose readings, it would actually be a bit lower if not for DP. Other then insulin I am not on any other medication though.

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Farxiga Lawsuit And Side Effects

In response to reports that the diabetes drug Farxiga carries too high a risk of serious side effects and recent FDA warnings about potentially fatal Farxiga diabetic ketoacidosis, diabetes patients and their loved ones may be interested in pursuing Farxiga side effects lawsuits. A relatively new medication prescribed to patients with type 2 diabetes, Farxiga may cause high levels of toxic acids in the blood, kidney failure, and other very serious health threats. Farxiga Overview Farxiga (dapagliflozin) is an oral type 2 diabetes medication approved in 2014 and made by AstraZenica. Farxiga is a member of the SGLT2 inhibitor family, a newer generation of diabetes drugs which help patients expel excess sugar through urination. This is done through altering normal kidney function, and serious and even fatal side effects including diabetic ketoacidosis have been associated with this class of drugs, which also includes: Invokana Jardiance Invokamet Xigduo XR Glyxambi Farxiga Side Effects may be Fatal The FDA issued a Drug Safety Communication on May 15, 2015 to warn of a serious and potentially fatal Farxiga side effect of diabetic ketoacidosis. The Mayo Clinic states that diabetic keto Continue reading >>

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  1. Ewb10

    Hi,
    I have been a Type 1 Diabetic for 12 years, recently hospitalised for the first time with DKA, following several weeks of feeling under the weather.
    Sadly I didn't have the best experience after being turned away from hospital so got rather unwell before being admitted. I was wondering if anyone could share their experience of DKA, particularly how they felt afterwards and if they have experienced and side effects from it?
    Thank you in advance

  2. birdy21/05

    HI,
    I am also a T1 Diabetic diagnosed for 14 years. I have had a recent hospital admission for DKA, about 6 weeks ago. I am still feeling below par and am struggling with my control. I have felt extremely tired and have a lack of appetite. My sugars were great just after the DKA but have been very erratic in the past few weeks.I am on 2 weeks leave at present to try and recover. I feel at a bit of a loss so I have just contacted my Diabetic Team for advice and am waiting for them to contact me. My GP doesn't have the specialist knowledge to advise.
    Regards, Birdy

  3. Ewb10

    Thank you for your response.
    My control has been really good in the main since leaving hospital but as you have mentioned, I barely have an appetite.
    It seems to have been erratic readings before the DKA that helped contribute to it, so was rather hoping that would be a reset to help control my levels.
    Even the specialists seem to struggle as it could be down to so many things-such a disaster!

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Susan Cornell, PharmD, CDE, FAPhA, FAADE, describes the risks for ketoacidosis and serious urinary tract infection associated with use of SGLT2 inhibitors. This video was recorded at APhA's 2016 Annual Meeting and Exposition in Baltimore, Maryland.

Sglt2 Inhibitors (canagliflozin, Dapagliflozin, Empagliflozin): Risk Of Diabetic Ketoacidosis

Test for raised ketones in patients with acidosis symptoms, even if plasma glucose levels are near-normal. When treating patients who are taking an SGLT2 inhibitor (canagliflozin, dapagliflozin or empagliflozin): test for raised ketones in patients with symptoms of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA); omitting this test could delay diagnosis of DKA if you suspect DKA, stop SGLT2 inhibitor treatment if DKA is confirmed, take appropriate measures to correct the DKA and to monitor glucose levels inform patients of the symptoms and signs of DKA (see below); advise them to get immediate medical help if these occur be aware that SGLT2 inhibitors are not approved for treatment of type 1 diabetes please continue to report suspected side effects to SGLT2 inhibitors or any other medicines on a Yellow Card Reports of diabetic acidosis Sodium glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors are licensed for use in adults with type 2 diabetes to improve glycaemic control. Serious and life-threatening cases of DKA have been reported in patients taking SGLT2 inhibitors (canagliflozin, dapagliflozin or empagliflozin). In several cases, blood glucose levels were only moderately elevated (eg <14 mmol/L or 250 mg Continue reading >>

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  1. Hlynn

    My boyfriend is a type 1 diabetic. Recently he went into dka due to a malfunction of his insulin pump.
    He was hospitalized in ICU. This was the first time He has ever has this and I am wondering what the after effects are and how long they take to subside. He has muscle aches, cramping, lethargy, bg levels are all over the place, he cannot sleep, chest is sore, just to name some syptoms. He is very discouraged as he is a busy person and this is taking a toll on his everyday life. I am just wondering if anyone who has type 1 diabetes and had dka can share their experience and also what I can do to help him with this. He is stressed which does not help with his bg. Any info would be greatly appreciate.

  2. jenb

    I was diagnosed T1 when I presented at the hospital in DKA. The aches and cramping were eliminated nearly as soon as they stabilized my blood sugar in the ICU. As for lack of energy, I would say it was several weeks before I had any - I felt weak as a kitten, and sleepless was definitely not a problem. Did/does he have some kind of bronchial infection? I had a sinus infection for several months prior to my visit to the hospital and needed pretty gnarly antibiotics to clear it up even after getting out of the hospital. Blood sugar normalizing took quite a while since I was new to insulin, but he may be able to bring it under control sooner as he's experienced with his pump and insulin use. You're right about stress - especially when I was just getting the hang of all this, I'd get so stressed when my BG was high that I'd send it soaring even higher! What a slog. My vision took about six weeks to normalize.
    I think the thing you can do, as my husband did for me, is keep things at home as calm as possible, help your boyfriend have some laughs, and take over whatever household chores need doing for a couple of weeks. I found that getting outside and walking really helped clear my head and sunshine made me feel so much more human.
    Hang in there....DKA is no fun for anyone, loved ones watching it happen included. He'll feel stronger soon. Let us know how you both do.
    Best,
    Jen

  3. Subby

    Hlynn said:

    My boyfriend is a type 1 diabetic. Recently he went into dka due to a malfunction of his insulin pump.
    He was hospitalized in ICU. This was the first time He has ever has this and I am wondering what the after effects are and how long they take to subside. He has muscle aches, cramping, lethargy, bg levels are all over the place, he cannot sleep, chest is sore, just to name some syptoms. He is very discouraged as he is a busy person and this is taking a toll on his everyday life. I am just wondering if anyone who has type 1 diabetes and had dka can share their experience and also what I can do to help him with this. He is stressed which does not help with his bg. Any info would be greatly appreciate.
    Hi. What kind of recently are you talking?

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