Ocella Birth Control Side Effects Lawyer Class Action Lawsuit
Ocella birth control pills contain the generic drug that is used in brand names Yasmin and Yaz birth control. The drug contained in these birth control pills is generically called drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol.
There may not be much difference in the chemical makeup of Yasmin, Yaz and Ocella, but some women who have taken both versions claim that they have experienced different types of side effects while on Ocella.
Common Ocella side effects that have been mentioned tend to be nauseousness, dizziness and breast soreness when switching to Ocella from Yasmin use. Other women have had uncontrollable hunger, urinary tract infections, mood swings and possibly hormone imbalances.
Ocella vs Yasmin
Women should be aware that some pharmacies have been giving out Ocella in place of Yasmin and not noting this to the person. Even though generic is supposed to be identical there may be a slight difference in the birth control that are causing these side effects.
Ocella Lawsuit Information
The medical community and the FDA has noted that there have been 50 deaths associated with women who have taken Ocella, Yaz, or Yasmin. Deaths have been mostly from heart attack, blood clots or pulmonary embolism.
Injured or hurt from Ocella?
Lawyers and our attorneys for Ocella are interested in hearing from any women that has suffered the above side effects. If a women you know has died from Ocella use, contact us today for a free case review as there may be a Ocella class action lawsuits starting with possible case settlements for Ocella victims.