As work and social norms continue to delay marriage and baby-making plans for couples, the number of people seeking IVF treatment will rise. As work and social norms continue to delay marriage and baby-making plans for couples, the number of people seeking IVF treatment will rise.
As work and social norms continue to delay marriage and baby-making plans for couples, the number of people seeking IVF treatment will rise.

More Hong Kong couples turning to IVF treatment as late marriage trend and work, money constraints delay baby-making

  • 4,000 to 5,000 embryo implants done each year, with couples prepared to pay up to HK$200,000 to have a baby
  • Older celebrity mums have helped dispel lingering taboo that keeps shy infertile couples from trying IVF

Topic |   Reproductive health
As work and social norms continue to delay marriage and baby-making plans for couples, the number of people seeking IVF treatment will rise. As work and social norms continue to delay marriage and baby-making plans for couples, the number of people seeking IVF treatment will rise.
As work and social norms continue to delay marriage and baby-making plans for couples, the number of people seeking IVF treatment will rise.
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