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What are Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella?

They are prescription birth control pills. Yaz and Yasmin were manufactured by the Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals. Ocella is the generic version. Yaz was advertised as capable of treating PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder) and moderate acne. However, the FDA discovered these claims were exaggerated and the advertisements misleading. In addition, women started reported serious, life-altering adverse side effects after taking one of these birth control pills.
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What are the potential side effects of Yaz, Yasmin, and Ocella?

The side effects reported by hundreds of women include:

Blood clots including deep vein thrombosis
Breast lump
Chest pain
Confusion
Gallstones
Nausea
Pain spreading to the arm or shoulder
Pancreatitis
Problems with vision, speech, or balance
Stroke
Sudden numbness
Sweating
Symptoms of depression

 
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What are the differences between Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella?

Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella are “combination birth controls” which means they use two hormones – estrogen and progestin. All three use the progestin known as drospirenone. Yaz is very much like Yasmin and Ocella except it uses less estrogen and is a 24/4 day pill cycle, while Yasmin and Ocella are 21/7 day pill cycles.
About the editors: The motto at Shapiro & Appleton& Duffan law firm is simple -“All we do is injury law.” We hope you were able to find the answer to your injury query. If not, please review our Virginia Accident Lawyer FAQ Library for additional information. If you’d like to speak to an actual attorney about your potential injury claim for free, please contact our office at (833) 997-1774.

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