Updated February 19, 2014

RESOLVE has used 2010 U.S. Census data and the National Survey of Family Growth data from 2006-2010 (released in 2013), to calculate the number of women (married and unmarried) in each state with Impaired Fecundity. Impaired Fecundity is the physical difficulty in getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to live birth. The data below has been prepared by RESOLVE and any questions about the data should be directed to info@resolve.org.

State Age 15-19 Age 20-24 Age 25-29 Age 30-34 Age 35-39 Age 40-44 TOTAL WOMEN AGED 15-44 10.9% of all women aged 15-44 with Impaired Fecundity
Alabama 168,320 167,802 157,318 151,464 157,352 158,364 960,620 104,708
Alaska 24,962 24,713 26,112 22,845 22,102 22,495 143,229 15,612
Arizona 224,302 213,022 214,390 204,472 205,469 200,902 1,262,557 137,619
Arkansas 99,627 98,849 95,998 91,462 92,130 91,380 569,446 62,070
California 1,368,858 1,325,164 1,335,711 1,269,121 1,282,209 1,295,808 7,876,871 858,579
Colorado 163,745 166,850 180,452 172,502 171,255 170,281 1,025,085 111,734
Connecticut 121,885 110,781 106,159 104,194 113,764 134,482 691,265 75,348
Delaware 31.931 31,374 28,884 27,405 28,270 31,368 179,232 19,538
District of Columbia 20,968 35,309 37,482 28,479 21,478 18,598 162,314 17,692
Florida 597.095 601,695 584,330 555,079 593,326 629,457 3,560,982 388,147
Georgia 347,065 335,603 340,104 337,246 357,605 355,383 2,073,006 225,958
Hawaii 41,404 43,848 46,619 43,110 42,762 44,364 262,107 28,570
Idaho 56,423 53,427 51,916 50,025 47,696 46,816 306,303 33,387
Illinois 448,356 431,451 453,386 431,902 429,314 437,344 2,631,753 286,861
Indiana 232,025 223,758 208,719 203,102 208,104 211,685 1,287,393 140,326
Iowa 105,598 103,883 96,334 90.713 87,574 92,590 576,692 62,859
Kansas 98,459 99,004 96,706 88,602 85,288 86,525 554,584 60,450
Kentucky 144,688 142,536 141,589 138,852 141,633 145,528 854,846 93,178
Louisiana 161,032 169,019 165,999 147,388 138,935 145,962 928,335 101,189
Maine 42,769 39,220 36,536 36,281 40,603 46,514 241,923 26,370
Maryland 197,992 193,775 199,325 189,215 195,866 217,229 1,193,402 130,081
Massachusetts 227,876 239,412 223,270 205,278 214,438 240,302 1,350,576 147,213
Michigan 360,122 330,503 294,260 289,056 309,591 335,062 1,918,594 209,127
Minnesota 179,235 174,926 184,124 168,351 162,375 175,670 1,044,681 113,870
Mississippi 110,474 105,461 100,472 95,710 96,004 95,915 604,036 65,840
Missouri 206,847 205,496 201,801 185,922 184,926 191,692 1,176,684 128,259
Montana 32,209 32,199 30,988 28,532 27,220 28,522 179,670 19,584
Nebraska 62,897 63,044 63,185 57,015 54,318 54,572 355,031 36,698
Nevada 88,527 86,361 96,343 92,840 93,687 92,166 549,924 59,942
New Hampshire 45,852 41,448 36,183 36,050 41,596 49,004 250,133 27,264
New Jersey 288,755 261,808 275,364 281,296 298.981 332,215 1,738,419 189,488
New Mexico 73,069 69,396 68,259 62,981 61,911 62,971 398,587 43,446
New York 666,730 698,933 699,974 649,401 640,349 692,560 4,047,947 441,226
North Carolina 321,320 324,925 315,537 314,750 335,162 337,656 1,949,350 212,479
North Dakota 22,848 27,426 23,145 19,288 17,856 18,580 129,143 14,077
Ohio 402,707 378,914 360,793 347,242 362,042 383,473 2,235,171 243,634
Oklahoma 128,840 131,308 129,829 118,104 115,296 113,252 736,629 80,293
Oregon 124,183 124,587 131,397 127,972 123,336 122,602 754,077 82,194
Pennsylvania 442,601 432,260 388,958 364,911 384,115 429,693 2,442,538 266,237
Rhode Island 39,889 40,938 32,673 31,107 32,545 37,495 214,647 23,397
South Carolina 160,739 163,948 152,758 144,797 150,777 155,291 928,310 101,186
South Dakota 27,946 27,933 26,612 24,234 22,490 23,138 152,353 16,606
Tennessee 214,184 213,339 210,686 204,785 213,862 217,494 1,274,350 138,904
Texas 914,438 884,729 914,073 877,547 887,448 847,930 5,326,162 580,552
Utah 109,363 112,912 111,128 105,641 87,589 75,487 602,120 65,631
Vermont 22,353 21,169 17,728 17,273 18,376 21,398 118,297 12,894
Virginia 269,463 278,050 280,372 264,423 271,926 288,464 1,352,698 180,144
Washington 224,551 223,381 235,384 223,520 221,757 227,111 1,355,704 147,772
West Virginia 58,233 57,279 53,371 55,433 58,024 59,641 341,981 37,276
Wisconsin 194,406 189,655 182,998 171,227 170,709 188,600 1,097,595 119,638
Wyoming 18,516 19,003 19,524 17,454 16,159 15,956 106,612 11,621

Sources:

State female population numbers based on 2010 Census at http://proximityone.com/s&o/profiles/010_00_s&o_profile.htm.  Accessed on 2/17/2014.
Impaired Fecundity percentage based on National Survey of Family Growth 2006-2010 at http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nsfg/key_statistics/i.htm#impaired. Accessed on 2/17/2014.

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