Dallas, DFW, Houston Prescription Drug Injury Attorneys YAZ/Yasmin

Injuries Caused by Use of YAZ/Yasmin

YAZ or Yasmin (known as Drospirenone) is a synthetic progestin that is typically part of birth control medications. Common as it may be, studies show that women who take contraceptive pills that contain drospirenone, such as YAZ or Yasmin, are at significantly greater risk to develop a thromboembolism, or blood clots that form in the veins. These blood clots cans cause heart attacks and strokes. As early as 2008, the Food and Drug Administration cited Bayer, the manufacturer of YAZ or Yasmin, for failing to properly recognize, disclose and address the risks involved with taking these drugs. Some post-marketing studies have shown that YAZ and Yasmin have potentially life-threatening side effects that likely outweighed their potential benefits.

If you or a loved one has suffered a heart attack or stroke while taking YAZ or Yasmin, the attorneys at Bailey & Galyen can help.

Bailey & Galyen's Pharmaceutical lawyers bring more than 31 years of experience to those who have suffered serious injuries because of the drug manufacturers' failure to fairly and adequate warn of all known serious risks of their drugs.

We aggressively represent our clients, taking the time to carefully investigate the facts and circumstances of your case. We understand the pharmaceutical litigation can be complex, and work closely with expert witnesses, including scientists and medical professionals, to prepare and present the most compelling case for your full financial recovery.

Contact our office online or call us at one of the numbers listed below to schedule a free* initial consultation.

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