Yaz, Yasmin linked to increased blood clots risk

According to two studies published by Danish researchers in 2009, women taking the birth control pills Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella are twice as likely to suffer blood clots as those taking another popular oral contraceptive. The studies found that women using these products were four to six times as likely to develop blood clots compared with women who did not take birth control pills.

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