3Novices:More Hong Kong couples turning to IVF treatment as late marriage trend and work, money constraints delay baby-making — 3noviceschina

After two years trying to have a baby, while taking Chinese medicines and vitamin supplements to improve their chances, Sincere Kan and her husband Roy Chan decided it was time for in vitro fertilisation (IVF). She was 32 at the time, he was 34 and they had been married for two years. Kan did not […]

via 3Novices:More Hong Kong couples turning to IVF treatment as late marriage trend and work, money constraints delay baby-making — 3noviceschina

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