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The US Drug Watchdog Initiates A National Investigation of The birth control pill called Yaz

According to the US Drug Watchdog the birth control pill known as Yaz could be putting millions of young women at risk of serious side effects including stroke, heart attack and even death. The group is saying, "Bayer USA, the maker of Yaz, has already come under criticism from the US Food & Drug Administration for running TV commercials that minimize the potential health consequences of Yaz." The US Drug Watchdog has seen these commercials and completely agrees with the FDA.

The US Drug Watchdog is saying, "all young women taking Yaz should be aware of the complaints and reported side affects associated with this birth control pill." The US Drug Watchdog would like to hear from any woman who has suffered any type of side affect from the birth control pill called Yaz. Victims or individuals with questions can contact the US Drug Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466.


So What Are The Yaz Birth Control Complaints?

Since the birth control hit the U.S. market, there have been many Yaz complaints filed in both state and federal courts. While the basis of these complaints may not all be exactly the same, they all claim serious injuries and deaths.

Complaints About Yaz

As with any birth control method, there are a series of general complaints about Yaz birth control pills. For instance:

  • Bloating, stomach cramps
  • Weight gain
  • Hair loss
  • Lower back pain
  • Breast tenderness

Reported Side Effects

Some Yaz victims have claimed that they suffered from a variety of serious ailments. These include deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, and stroke. Yaz has also allegedly been associated with heart attacks and deaths in young women.

For more information possible victims can contact the US Drug Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466



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