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Can i take my invokana and glyburide after my scan?

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Dr. Jesse Krakauer answered

Specializes in Endocrinology

B"sd In general glyburide and other sulfonamides are well documented to increase risk of MI about 20% - there are safer options. Invokana is a SGLTP2i- sodium glucose transport protein inhibitor, that results in sugar in the urine. It has actually been shown to protect kidney function over the long term. It also has a diuretic effect so should skip if you are dehdrated from scan or other reason

Answered Feb 23, 2016

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