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Financing programs operate more uniformly in most regions.Each mandate has unique rules regarding infertility insurance coverage.Only 8 states have laws pertaining to individual policies.Therefore, couples living in the 42 states without an individual mandate must identify an alternative.It is important to thoroughly understand your particular plan, paying specific attention to covered benefits, exclusions and restrictions.Women with insurance coverage for in vitro fertilization (IVF) were more likely to attempt IVF again and had a higher probability of live birth than women who self-paid for IVF, according to a study published by . The researchers found that IVF coverage status was not associated with probability of live birth in individual cycles.Because IVF is expensive and often cost-prohibitive, some states mandate IVF insurance coverage. However, the proportion returning for a second cycle if unsuccessful in the first cycle was 0.703 among women with coverage compared with 0.516 among self-paying women.

The average cumulative live birth probability after four cycles for women with coverage, 0.585, was significantly higher than that for self-paying women, 0.505.

Unilateral maternity, of course, was already endorsed in(declaring unconstitutional Missouri’s spousal consent requirement).

This “solution” is, of course, essential to cementing the “achievement” of “same-sex marriage,” transgenderism, cohabitation, etc.: to be “human,” man has to transcend his biology.

However, many rules apply the same way in every state – particularly when it comes to IVF.

Couples living in one of the fifteen states with an infertility mandate have no guarantee of coverage.