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4 Year, 3 Year, 1616 Filters: A couple of incredible flasks are portrayed in this heartbreaking photo of the newborn being used by the syringes used for implantation.More sophisticated photographers haven't made flask fights yet (Photo: Packer Family Photography)He went through it all together Patricia йs Kimberly O'Neillto give life to their little girl. The Arizona couple have kept each of the syringes used for artificial insemination over the years, and now they show a wonderful photo of the incredible struggle they have made. The shot Samantha Packer, made by Packer Family Photography and shared on Facebook, has been shared more than 60,000 times.
Patricia and Kimberly met in 2013 and knew a year later they wanted a baby boy. The couple, from Glendale City, have each had one child from their previous relationship, so they didn't even think it could give them any problem. " "- a statement to DailyMail.com. "We've had a lot of fun." It began with intrauterine insemination (IUI), a less expensive and less invasive intervention, where the sperm are cleansed, concentrated, purposefully well-moving at the time of follicular rupture. However, even after two occasions, this type of procedure proved unsuccessful, Patricia and Kimberly knew that something more serious would be needed. The first time, however, she failed to finish the flask. By the second, however, 5 eggs (3 girls and 2 boys) were fertilized. "We were really excited," Kimberly recalls. "The implantation has stopped and we soon find out that Patricia is pregnant."
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