Home » News» Medical Loading… Published: 6/11/2012 – Updated: 5 days ago HEALTH & SCIENCE BY RONEISHA MULLENBLADE STAFF WRITER
Rhonesha Maston had tried everything to ease the pain of her menstrual cramps. Over-the-counter drugs, heating pads, and more. Nothing seemed to work.
“I was a junior in high school and it was bad,” said Ms. Maston, now 20 and a student at the University of Toledo. “I started taking birth control to help control it. My doctor gave me YAZ.”
One of the top-selling birth control pills in the United States, YAZ and its sister drug, Yasmin, had worldwide …