A doctor looks after embryos in a lab at the Reproductive Center of Wuhan Union Hospital, Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, November 9, 2016. /VCG Photo
She is not alone. In a country where having a test-tube baby is still a hushed topic (even for those who successfully give birth through that way, many keep it a secret for fear of biases), demand has definitely grown.
And private hospital groups are now tapping into the market, which they say has seen "blowout growth."
That's how Wang Jing, from the IVF Medical Group that's based in the city of Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, described the market growth since 2015.
"The number of outpatient/counseling sessions has climbed rapidly since 2015 – almost 20 percent growth each year," she told CGTN. "And our group's operation has expanded to third and fourth-tier cities too."
"So long as there is enough population density, you bet they will need such medical services," Wang noted, predicting that more will opt for the IVF procedure in the next few years.