Bayer Pharmaceuticals has questioned the recent findings that state that newer birth controls such as, Yasmin, Yaz and Ocella carry a higher risk than older oral contraceptives to cause blood clots.
The studies were published in the British Medical Journal and Bayer has announced in a press release that the results were unreliable. The study looked at blood clots that were suffered by users of Yasmin and Yaz and compared them to users of older contraceptives.
Researchers found that the rate of blood clots suffered with Yasmin and Yaz users was nearly double that of users of other contraceptives. Researchers concluded that these newer birth controls were not as safe.
If your loved one has suffered from a blood clot after taking Yasmin, Yaz or Ocella, contact the Yaz blood clot lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-761-3187.