Birth Control Lawsuit
Birth control lawsuits have been ongoing for many years. There are many birth control options and manufactures and it can get very confusing which birth controls may have the potential for lawsuits. Birthcontrollawsuits.net, sponsored by Kyros Law Group, is here to provide you up to date information on the top birth control medications and your legal options.
Yaz® birth control lawsuits have come to the forefront of law firms who are investigating potential allegations that Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, the maker of Yaz®, may have exaggerated the benefits and downplayed the birth control side effects of its popular birth control medication. According to a 2011 New York Times article more an 10,000 lawsuits have already been filed against Bayer. They are claiming they have been harmed by Yaz®. Reports from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have stated that birth control pills like Yaz®, which contain the hormone drospirenone, are linked to a higher risk of blood clots.
Potential compensation may be available through a Mirena IUD birth control lawsuit. Those who have suffered from serious Mirena IUD side effects may have legal options. The Kyros Law Group is currently investigating claims regarding side effects due to Mirena IUD use.
NuvaRing® birth control lawsuits are coming on the heels of research showing NuvaRing®, a contraceptive vaginal ring, causes heart-related side effects, blood clots, or strokes. NuvaRing®. In May of 2012 the British medical journal published their findings regarding the use of non-oral hormonal contraceptives based on data contained in four Danish medical registries. What their study concluded is that women who use transdermal patches or vaginal rings for contraception have a 6.5 times increased risk of venus thrombosis as compared to non-users of hormonal contraception. Learn more about NuvaRing® birth control side effects and your legal options today.
The side effects of Yasmin, Ocella and Gianvi are similar to those for Yaz, one of the most popular birth control medicines containing drospirenone. Regrettably, some women who have experienced serious side effects may not have been properly warned about the risks associated with their birth control. In 2011, Bloomberg news reported Bayer, the manufacturer of Yasmin, failed to provide the FDA with a 2004 analysis that indicated Yasmin may increase the risk of blood clots.