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The patient advocates at DrugNews keep up with the latest on birth control drugs like Yaz and Yasmin, like published warnings, recalls and current lawsuits and settlements.
The primary hormone used in Yaz and Yasmin birth control has been linked to increased risks of blood clots. Learn how these can affect you and what questions to ask your doctor.
A federal court has allowed those injured by certain blood clots after using Yaz or Yasmin to file claims against Bayer, and the company has already paid out over $1.8 billion in settlements.
Learn if your Yaz injury qualifies for the current litigation and settlement. It costs nothing, and DrugNews can connect you with a lawyer in minutes.