Yaz/Yasmin An oral contraceptive causes blood clots and heart problems.
Introduced in the U.S. in 2006, Yaz by 2009 had become the oral contraceptive of choice for millions of women, indeed one of the nation’s more popular.
Unfortunately, taking Yaz has been associated with the heightened risks of blood clots, heart attacks and strokes. Making matters worse was a deceptive advertising campaign mounted by Bayer, the maker of Yaz, which downplayed the serious risks and implied that Yaz had been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of PMS, which was incorrect. The FDA warned Bayer in 2008, and the drug maker pulled the ads and ran new ones.
No wonder women have filed Yaz lawsuits.
If you have taken Yaz and since have developed blood clots or had a heart ailment, heart attack or stroke, the experienced Yaz attorneys at Granados Legal can help you to recover the damages you deserve.
The following are adverse reactions associated with taking Yaz: