By: Ivy Jacobson for TheBump.com
Photo: Shutterstock / The BumoSome believe that it takes a village to raise a child - but what if your "village" is ill-equipped to even help conceive one? Thanks to RESOLVE: the National Infertility Association's fertility scorecard, people who have fertility issues can see if their state is supporting them with the proper care.
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The scoring algorithm shown on the group's infographic is comprised of these factors:
-Number of peer-led RESOLVE support groups in state for people with fertility issues
-Number of physicians specializing in infertility in state, at Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies-accredited fertility clinics
-Number of women in state who have experienced physical difficulty conceiving
-Insurance mandate information in each state
Based off of the data, Alaska, New Hampshire and Wyoming received F's, and Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland,Read More »from Did Your State Score an ‘F’ on This Fertility Report Card?