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Yaz and Yasmin have been prescribed to women who want to prevent birth, as well as to treat premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), a severe form of PMS or acne in females as young as 14 years of age, according to the Mayo Clinic. If you have suffered side effects from Yaz or Yazmin, please contact us today.

Yaz and Yasmin have been prescribed to women who want to prevent birth, as well as to treat premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), a severe form of PMS or acne in females as young as 14 years of age, according to the Mayo Clinic. If you have suffered side effects from Yaz or Yazmin, please contact us today.

What is Yaz and Yasmin?

What is Yaz and Yasmin?

Both Yaz and Yasmin contain drospirenone. This female sex hormone is a progestin and prevents eggs from developing or being released from the ovaries.

Yaz and Yasmin have been prescribed to women who want to prevent birth, as well as to treat premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), a severe form of PMS or acne in females as young as 14 years of age, according to the Mayo Clinic.

What is Yaz and Yasmin?

FDA Warning

The FDA issued a safety review for birth control pills containing drospirenone in May 2011. The agency reports that although all birth control pills pose a risk of blood clots, those birth control pills that contain the hormone are at higher risk of developing blood clots.

The agency reports the list of approved oral contraceptives that contain drospirenone:

  • Yaz
  • Zarah
  • Beyaz
  • Drospirenone and Ethinyl Estradiol
  • Gianvi
  • Loryna
  • Ocella
  • Safyral
  • Syeda
  • Yasmin

Side Effects

Side Effects

Patients who were prescribed Yaz or Yasmin may now be facing very serious consequences. The development of blood clots can lead to a stroke, with permanent impairments or a long period of recovery in an effort to restore physical and cognitive abilities.

The Chicago Tribune reports that lawsuits are being filed against the manufacturer of Yasmin after some patients suffered life-altering strokes. When the blood clot lodges in the brain, the risk of permanent impairments is extremely high, and the patient can be left disabled. Young women prescribed Yaz or Yasmin to resolve acne may also face this risk.

If you suffered a stroke after being prescribed Yaz or Yasmin, it is important that the manufacturer be held accountable. Call our firm, Gruber law, for help.

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Your Legal Options

Your Legal Options

Take action and let our legal team at Gruber Law review your case. There is no cost for our evaluation of your case, and you will not be expected to pay us unless we take on your case and successfully recover compensation.

With a team of trained litigators working on your case, it is far more likely that you will be successful in getting justice and fair compensation.

Let us evaluate your situation and advise you. Our team at Gruber Law is committed to helping the injured pursue justice and fair compensation. Call us for help now.

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