The Council on Human Reproduction Technology (CHRT) is Hong Kong regulatory body for fertility treatment.
The CHRT’s Code of Practice on Reproductive Technology and Embryo Research is a detailed document explaining the laws and practices around all forms of assisted reproduction in Hong Kong.
A complete list of all licensed public and private IVF and assisted reproduction clinics in Hong Kong is available on the Council on Human Reproductive Technology website.
A complete list of licensed public and private clinics that provide IUI or Artificial Insemination by Husband is available on the Council on Human Reproductive Technology website.
The Hong Kong Family Planning Association offers a Pre-Pregnancy Check-Up Service which includes a basic health assessment, a range of laboratory tests, semen analysis and pregnancy preparation advice.
The Hong Kong Association of Hong Kong offers a Subfertility Service which includes blood tests, hormone blood tests, semen analysis, and if required, Artificial Insemination by Husband (AIH).
Jockey Club Perinatal Bereavement Care Project (Chinese language)
This initiative aims to provide holistic services and support for bereaved couples dealing with pregnancy loss. This is a joint collaboration with the Hong Kong University Department of Social Work and Social Administration, Hong Kong YWCA (fwcyyc.ywca.org.hk), and Grace Port – Caritas Miscarriage Support Centre (fsgpmp.caritas.org.hk).
A Hong Kong charity that provides mental health support and resources to individuals and organisations in the community.
A UK based charity that supports research into miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth and provides information and resources for those experiencing pregnancy loss.
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) is the UK’s independent regulator of fertility treatment and research. Their website provides useful information on fertility testing and treatment.