Yaz / Yasmin / Ocella
Ohio Mother Of Three Develops Deep Vein Thrombosis After Taking Bayer's YAZ
An Ohio mother of three who works full time at McDonald's to support her family is having a very difficult time doing her job these days. After taking Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceutical's birth control pill, YAZ, she developed deep vein thrombosis (DVT) ' a potentially life threatening injury ' in her left leg which now causes that leg to swell after standing for long periods of time. She, and hundreds of other women, have filed lawsuits against Bayer for not warning them about the increased risks of developing DVT and a host of other very serious ' and potentially deadly ' side effects.
Yaz & Yasmin Attorney Explains Why Drosperinone Is So Dangerous
David W. Little, an Oklahoma attorney whose practice represents those injured by defective and dangerous products such as Yaz and Yasmin oral contraceptives, explained why drosperinone - the controversial ingredient in Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceutical's oral contraceptives Yaz and Yasmin - is so dangerous.
Yaz, Yasmin & Ocella Injuries Mounting Daily; Studies Show Increasing Dangers
The injuries being reported from Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella birth control pills are long and mounting daily as studies show the increasing dangers of the drugs' controversial ingredient - drosperinone - according to David W. Little , an Oklahoma attorney whose practice represents those injured by dangerous and defective products such as Yaz and Yasmin oral contraceptives.
Yaz/Yasmin Attorney Explains Allegations Against Manufacturers, FDA Action & The MDL
There's been a lot of controversy over Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceutical's Yaz and Yasmin and Barr Pharmaceutical's Ocella birth control pills which contain drosperinone. Our legal expert explains what plaintiffs are alleging against the manufacturers, what action the FDA has taken and the consolidation of lawsuits in an MDL.
Bayer's Yaz / Yasmin Marketing Scheme Was To Sell Women Freedom
Unlike other birth control manufacturers, Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceutical's Yaz and Yasmin advertising campaign went far beyond simply explaining the nature of their drugs, according to David W. Little, an Oklahoma attorney whose practice represents those injured by dangerous and defective products such as Yaz and Yasmin oral contraceptives. He says that Bayer's marketing scheme was sell women freedom - and it did just that, but with very severe consequences to unsuspecting women.
Yaz, Yasmin & Ocella Birth Control Injuries: You May Be Entitled To These Damages
If you've been injured by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceutical's Yaz or Yasmin, or Barr Pharmaceutical's generic version of the drug called Ocella, you may be entitled to compensation. Our legal expert provides legal advice to injured victims and explains the types of damages for which you may be entitled.
Yaz / Yasmin Lawyer Says Bayer Ignored Scientific Evidence Of Increased Health Risks
David W. Little, an Oklahoma attorney whose practice represents those injured by dangerous and defective products, says that Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals ignored scientific evidence of increased health risks to women taking Yaz and Yasmin, the manufacturer's fourth generation of birth control pills which contain the controversial drug drosperinone - which he says is still being studied.
Young, Healthy Women Developing Blood Clots After Taking Bayer's Yaz & Yasmin Birth Control Pills
Hundreds of young, healthy women are developing serious and damaging blood clots after taking Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceutical's oral contraceptives Yaz and Yasmin which contain drospirenone, a fairly new progestin, or synthetic hormone, that is still being studied – and which many say was put on the market far too soon.
Yaz, Yasmin & Ocella Birth Control Injury Lawsuit: Thousands Expected In 2010
Thousands of Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella birth control injury lawsuits are reportedly being filed across the United States alleging that Bayer Healthcare – which manufactures Yaz and Yasmin – and Barr Pharmaceutical – which manufactures the generic version Ocella – causes women to suffer strokes, heart attacks, pulmonary embolism, thrombosis, cardiac arrhythmia, gallbladder disease, kidney failure and may cause sudden death. Over 50 deaths have been reported and legal experts say that as many as 25,000 lawsuits could be filed against the manufacturers in 2010.
Yaz, Yasmin & Ocella Birth Control Pills Now Linked To Gallbladder Problems
The controversy over what has become known as the fourth generation of birth control pills involving Bayer Healthcare’s Yaz and Yasmin and Barr Pharmaceutical’s generic version of the drugs, Ocella, has taken a new twist. The drugs, which contain drospirenone, are now being linked to gallbladder problems.