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New to HK looking for an ob/gyn specializes in fertility issues

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    fee is offline Registered User
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Tai Po, Hong Kong
    Another great thing about Lucy Lord is that her clinic has a relationship with Prof. Christopher Haines from the Dept of Gyn at the university. He runs an assisted reproduction clinic at the Prince of Wales Hospital. I was a 'difficult' case with Dr Lords clinic so they had me attend a special clinic with Prof Haines. Through his clinic he figured out what the poblem was and, through trying different drug combos, was able to find a winning formula. I can't remember Dr Lord's fees but Prof Haines charged hk$1500 per cycle for as many scans as it took to figure things out. Drug costs were on top of this.

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    coolgirl is offline Registered User
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    Dec 2008


    Mela, I met Dr. Doo for a consultation. I didn't mention I wanted to go for IVF but mentioned that I have been in TTC for a while andI would like to do the tests and then take treatment depending upon the results. He asked me for my marriage certificate, which I felt was weird. Is the standard in HK?
    FYI I went alone for the consultation

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    mela is offline Registered User
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    Dec 2008
    Hong Kong
    Yes - this is Hk law - in order to undergo any fertility treatment you have to present marriage certificate. This law was made even stricter last Feb and I remember that when I went for my frozen cycle I had to sign all the papers again and give them the cert. It looks like you have to be married in HK to get help:(

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    Jeye is offline Registered User
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    Jan 2008
    Hong kong
    Thank you all husband is to be in hong kong net week and wee will be going to see Dr doo the folowing week!!!!!! so excited .... once again thank you

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    dimsum mum is offline Registered User
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    Jun 2008
    Pokfulam Hong Kong
    hi jeye
    i did my first ivf in canada and my second ivf in hong kong and i found the prices were comparable. medicine was slightly more expensive here in hk.

    hope your fertility journey is SHORT and ends with a "take home baby".

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    gpjapan is offline Registered User
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    Jul 2008
    Midlevels, HK
    Mela, did BUPA cover for fertility treatments?

    Jeye , how did ur visit with Dr. Doo go?

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    hkiegal is offline Registered User
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    Jun 2009
    I have booked Dr. C.Choy and Dr. D.Lo, anyone out there had fertility treatments with these doctors? Would you recommend them??

    Thanks for your feedback!!

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    hk3_baby is offline Registered User
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    hong kong
    I've been TTC for 7 months and no sign of preg. =( I'm very depressed and I was wondering if there are any social group in HK where I could join to share my feelings?

    My husband has a high sperm count but the motility is just borderline =( is that why I can't get preg? I'm not sure. I'm only 29 what should I do? Where should I go for help? should i stop trying and go straight to IUI? I'm so confused and depressed.=( I dont know where I should go for help.

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