Yaz and Yasmin, which have previously been linked to blood-clotting injuries, are now linked to gallbladder issues.  After taking Yaz or Yasmin, many women have had their gallbladders removed because of complications.  Many lawsuits have been filed and allege that Bayer, the manufacturer of the contraceptives, failed to warn consumers of the increased risks associated with the contraceptives.  In Bayer’s early clinical trials, 4 out of 432 women who tried the contraceptives had to have their gallbladders removed.