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The birth control pills Yaz and Yasmin have been linked to serious side effects like Pulmonary Embolism, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Stroke.
Despite numerous reports of death and injury, Yaz and Yasmin have not been recalled.
Birth control pills manufactured by Bayer Healthcare and sold under brand names Yaz and Yasmin have been linked to dangerous side effects, including:
- blood clots
- deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
- pulmonary embolism
Serious injuries numbering in the thousands and at least 100 deaths have been linked to use of Yaz and Yasmin, yet neither of these toxic birth control medications has been recalled. More than 100,000 adverse event reports of injuries from Yaz and Yasmin have been received by the FDA. These include approximately 5800 cases of pulmonary embolism and 5300 of DVT.
The FDA initially approved Yasmin in 2001 and Yaz in 2006.
More than 100 million women have used Yaz or Yasmin, which Bayer marketed as birth control medications that not only acted as contraceptives but that also control:
- PMS, and
- Neither Yaz nor Yasmin has been recalled.
- Yaz and Yasmin have been linked to major blood clots in users of these birth control drugs.
- Thousands of Yaz and Yasmin users have filed personal injury lawsuits against Bayer.
- The FDA has received at least 100 reports of deaths among Yaz and Yasmin users.
- The FDA has received adverse event reports of blood clot injuries in Yaz and Yasmin users that include more than 20,000 instances of DVT and pulmonary embolism.
- More than 12,000 Yaz and Yasmin users have filed drug injury lawsuits for severe blood clot injuries.
- The FDA ordered the addition of a “black box warning” to Yaz and Yasmin packaging.
- Bayer, the maker of Yaz and Yasmin, has settled more than 9,000 Yaz and Yasmin injury cases for more than $1.8 billion, (an average value per case of more than $200,000).