Amputation is the removal of any protruding organ of the body, especially the arms and legs,
completely or partially by surgical methods. One of the temporary side effects of Invokana is
urinating more than normal. When patients’ body receives less water than it needs, dehydration
occurs. Blood circulation gets poor and amputation is needed for some organs like feet, arms, legs.
According to the FDA warning, doctors should seriously investigate whether patients are at risk of
amputation before using these drugs. This drug should not be used in patients who have had
previous amputation, those with peripheral vascular disease, neuropathy and diabetic foot ulcers.
Those who use this drug should be strictly followed.