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  1. are you a survivor of yaz how can i contact you

  2. Thank you for your blog. I am a 27 year old victim of Yaz. My family does not support my law suit. It is nice to find a place where there is information about the process written by someone who understands that this isn’t about the money. This is about getting this killer off the shelves.

  3. mollyhasgoodtaste · · Reply

    Sorry for the double post! My first post seemed to disappear after it asked me to sign in!

    1. Oh, no prob. I went ahead and posted both. Answer to your questions coming shorlty 🙂

  4. Hi all! I’m sorry you are on your own without family support KW, but you have THOUSANDS of supporters in your YAZ lawsuit – just ask any YAZ victims. Anyway, Mrs. T, I’ve commented before and I’ll say it again, I’m so very thankful you have this site up – it one of few sites that allows me to share with, or ask questions, of other survivors. On that note, I have a question that I’m throwing to the group. Quick back story, I had a massive stroke 6 yrs ago when I was 27; healthy – no clotting issues; signed with my attorneys in 2008; and I’ve still got bumpkin. ? No offers yet – not a word. However, I just talked to my lawyer two days ago, and she said since my stroke was an ARTERIAL stroke, BAYER is digging in their heels to settle ANY of these strokes. (YET) They say there is no correlation between strokes like mine (arterial) and YAZ. Ummm, WHAT?! (They have settled some venous strokes). Mrs. T, awhile back when you did the survey, I noticed a few people who had strokes had settled already. Wondering if anyone who follows this who had strokes what they’ve experienced so far? My attorneys are “hopeful”, but that’s definitely not good to hear when last year I was expecting an offer… Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  5. My daughter had a massive stroke back in 2010 when she was just 13 years old. She is recovering VERY slowly; still unable to walk and talk. We have initiated a lawsuit (2012) against BAYER as she was on YAZ for a couple of months. She was healthy with absolutely NO risk factors. She had her stroke in April 2010. She constantly held her leg in the air screaming in pain. No doctor could figure out what was wrong with her leg. (She had it when she was hospitalized for the stroke). In May of 2012, we were shocked to discover her entire leg was purple and swollen! We got her to the ER with the blood clot revealed on Ultrasound (None had been done before). We talked to the Vascular Surgeon about the blood clot. He told us that it was “extensive and has likely been there all along”. Wow! We were shocked to say the least. We believe that the original clot (caused by YAZ) developed in that leg where a piece broke off, bypassed the lungs (and heart) and went to her brain where it ruptured! I (patiently) wait on settlement. Jen. R, you are not alone. Hang tough.

  6. I live in south Carolina. Do u know if ant received payments in my region?

    1. Hi Marilyn, payouts are not done by region, they’re done by Law Office and there doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to any of it. Just keep checking back in with your lawyers or Garretson if they have medical liens on file for your case. I hope you see something soon. Best of health!

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