No. Yasmin is a branded birth control pill made by Bayer. However, there are other birth control pills that have the same active ingredients in the same amounts. These include Ocella, Zarah, Syeda and Zumanadine.
Medications with the same active ingredients should work the same and usually have the same contraindications and side effects. However, some people find that the inactive ingredients in medication make a difference, too.
Yasmin contains 3mg of drospirenone and .03mg of ethinyl estradiol. (You might see the amount of ethinyl estradiol also written as 30mcg, or micrograms.) If you are looking for a generic version of Yasmin, those are the ingredients you want. And if you can’t take Yasmin, it’s likely you won’t be able to take any pills with those same ingredients.