Active ingredients: drospirenone; ethinyl estradiol
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Hi, im 21 years old and have been using yas for roughly 9 weeks now. Around the 6th week i started presenting with hives. Mostly when i woke up in the morning. I have been on cortisone and very strong anti- histamine therapy. Nothing works. When taking my placebo pills the hives go away that is hoe i figured it was Yaz causing it. Does anyone know whether this will go away? I have been on a few pills and really dont want to switch again.
I have been diagnosed and treated for Stage 3 Hodgkins Lymphoma and I was taking the generic version of Yaz (Zarah) before, during and after my treatment. After doing more research and already being higher risk for break cancer due to radiation treatments, I plan to stop taking Zarah.
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