Childbirth can now happen even after the individual is long gone to the great beyond.

Life is all about what you see and how far you go to pursue your dream.

Nature has its own way of coming together to make the dream become a reality and this story is just one that reminds us that everything is possible the the one that believes.

An Indian woman Rajashree Patil became a grand-mother 18 months after her son died. her hope has been rekindle and she received double for her pains.

This is another wonder of the world that should open your mind.

When her son, Prathamesh, travelled to Germany in 2010 to pursue higher studies after he was diagnosed with brain tumour, the journey that made his mother a grand-mother stated.

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Prathamesh had had his semen cryo-preserved in a Semen bank in Germany.

For eight years this the semen was kept active enough to produce twins, reports said on Thursday.

The Breakthrough

According to media reports, the semen of the woman’s son was fused with the eggs of a donor to form embryos and then transferred into the womb of a surrogate mother.

The surrogate mother later gave birth to a set of twins a boy and a girl, in India’s southwestern city of Pune, thus bringing back happiness to the grandmother.

Before chemotherapy and radiation procedures began, his semen was preserved to avoid any negative effects on his body post-treatment but he later died in September 2016.

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After his death, the mother, having a desire to get back her son, contacted the semen bank in Germany where the semen of her son, Prathamesh was cryo-preserved.

After completing the formalities, the semen was brought to India.

The mother then approached a hospital for an IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) procedure with the help of his son’s semen.

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