How to get assistance if you’re having trouble conceiving
So you’ve taken the plunge and have decided to have a baby. Congratulations! Hopefully you’ve already taken a look at your maternity insurance options (link to previous maternity article), and are aware of some of the major issues involved in such protection (like waiting periods) and some of the benefits of obtaining a maternity insurance policy.
Adopting a child in Hong Kong if you are a resident here is a fairly easy process. Read our adoption guide to find out more.
Most Hong Kong people seem to love children and don't hesitate asking perfect strangers about their 'next-gen' plans—and specifically about the productivity of their reproductive organs. Be it the cobbler who resoles my shoes in Pedder Street, the tailor who alters my clothes at World Wide House, or even my favourite fruit-seller in Wan Chai, they have all at some point enquired about my children. My negative reply has never failed to surprise them, and always proceeds to produce effusive and kind child-bearing wishes.
Six natural tips and tricks to help you go from, “we’re trying” to “we’re pregnant”!
Ready for a baby? Be proactive! You’re finally ready to expand your family, but you’re finding that it’s not as easy as you had once thought. At first, trying to get pregnant can be a lot of fun, but soon, you might find that it has started to feel more like a chore. Don’t stress. Sometimes, we all just need a little push in the right direction. Did you know that there are natural ways to boost fertility that will allow becoming pregnant much more likely? It’s not always a matter of, “I can or cannot have kids.” Put fertility treatments and medications on the back burner for now. There are changes that can be made that may help increase fertility that is healthy for you as well as your future baby.