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Hot Clicks: Baby surrounded by syringes shows one mom's journey to have baby of her own

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Wow, what a photo. Thank you to Sher Fertility St. Louis and Dr. Dayal patient Angela, who shows the true definition of love that went into making this gorgeous new baby girl.

Posted by Sher Institutes on Monday, October 5, 2015
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A photo of a sleeping baby surrounded by syringes has gone viral. It sounds like anything but heartwarming but the powerful image is showing what one woman went through to finally have a daughter of her own. 

42-year-old Angela Nicole struggled to conceive for years. She went through several failed intrauterine inseminations and then 5 rounds of invitro fertilization before finally giving birth to Sophia who is now 4 months old. 

The photo shows an infant peacefully sleeping on the floor, surrounded by the syringes and vials in the shape of a heart.

Angela said, "I thought this would be a good way to both remind myself what I went through to have Sophia and show her some of what her mommy endured to bring her into this world."

The photo was posted to the Sher Institutes Facebook page and has since been shared over 6,200 times. The Sher Institute is a network of fertility centers across the United States. People from all over the world who have gone through a similar experience to have children have been sharing photos of their children and stories on the Facebook page as well. 

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