Texas, Missouri, Mississippi, Kentucky, Indiana, Arizona, Georgia, Missouri and South Carolina will all have the most number of women seeking out a “powerball” number of winning tickets for the lottery.
The first six numbers will be randomly chosen at random from a pool of more than 4,500.
In order to win, women need to be at least 27 years old.
“Powerball numbers are not the only way to get pregnant,” Dr. Susan Gerson, vice president of reproductive health at Planned Parenthood, said in a statement.
“There are a wide range of other ways to conceive, and these types of numbers help make the process as seamless as possible for women seeking to conceive.”
The Texas Lottery says it will begin randomly selecting numbers in the first week of November, and it has already started taking phone calls.
The odds of winning the jackpot in all six states is 2.2%, according to a study published in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
The study found that women who live in states with the most powerball numbers had a lower chance of getting pregnant.
According to the Texas Lotteries website, the odds of a woman getting pregnant in the U.S. is 1 in 12.
In Missouri, there are only three states with more than a million lottery tickets: North Carolina, West Virginia and Tennessee.
The lottery has already begun accepting the phone calls for women who want to have a baby.
If you live in any of the six states with a powerball number, you can check on the status of your pregnancy with the Texas Health Resources website.