May 26, 2011
When a woman decides to take birth control, there are a few health risks she must consider, and drug injuries are a possibility.
Yaz and Yasmin have been mentioned in the news several times for their known drug injuries, and the US Drug Watchdog is expanding its national investigation of both drugs, according to sfgate.com.
Some of the potential drug injuries that could result from using Yaz or Yasmin could result in serious gallbladder issues, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, heart attacks, strokes and other serious side effects.
What questions do you ask your doctor before you’re prescribed a medication that could result in a serious drug injury? Does your doctor let you know about potential drug injuries when prescribing a new medication?