Texas is poised to be the next state to eliminate the sales tax on tampons, pads and liners. It's currently the most populous state taxing these products.
People seeking abortions in the South, where it is largely illegal, face costs for travel, time off work and child care.
Some funds are seeing a rise in their budgets, but there's also been a sharp rise in demand for services.
Costs can include gas for car travel or airfare, accommodation, child care for people who have other children and time off from work.
LGBTQ people could be a big part of the market for assisted reproductive technology and some fertility businesses are learning to cater to their needs.
Access to low-cost birth control and funding for Planned Parenthood might change.