Why are Yaz, Yasmin, and Ocella causing these injuries?
There are many questions concerning how Yaz, Yasmin, and Ocella affect women, which have not been answered yet. In complaints filed against Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceutical, it is alleged that drospirenone, when combined with estrogen, has adverse effects that are more dangerous than earlier generations of oral contraceptives. Yaz, Yasmin, and Ocella are the only birth control pills sold in the U.S. that contain drospirenone and estrogen. 7. Please provide me with an example of how one woman learned she had been injured by Yaz. One of our clients, Candice Atkinson of Rock Hill, South Carolina, was prescribed Yaz by her dermatologist to treat her acne. At the time, Ms. Atkinson was unaware that Yaz had not been approved by the FDA to treat skin conditions for women who were not already using it as birth control, even though Bayer advertised it for preventing or reducing acne. Several months later, Ms. Atkinson developed sharp pains in her left shoulder and had difficulty breathing. She w