Rituparna shares pregnancy tips at book launch
Motherhood is made in heaven. So before this heavenly gift arrives, parents should be cautious and every couple should consult doctors appropriately.
Those were the words of wisdom by Tollywood actress Rituparna Sengupta as she spoke to IBNS at the launch of a book on pregnancy planning at Kala Mandir on Jan 17.
On the occasion of successful 12 years of Bengal Infertility and Reproductive Therapy Hospital (BIRTH) and births of 1000 babies, gynaecologist Gautam Khastgir launched the first book on pregnancy namely 'O Ashbe Bole' on Wednesday last.
Rituparna Sengupta being a mother of two was present at the event to share her experiences of motherhood and how important it is to be aware of the harmful facts at the time of pregnancy.
Dr. Khastgir said while planning for pregnancy couple must come for doctor consultation as there are so many unknown matters to maintain before and post pregnancy.
He said if not maintained properly miscarriage can happen which is the most unfortunate incident for a would be mother.
"So this book will be a great help for woman and man as well," he said.
"The book consisting of eight sections would elaborate on what to do and what not during pregnancy, said the doctor.
He also informed everyone about the importance of gynaecological endoscopic surgeries for preserving womanhood at the event.
Rituparna said, "As a mother I can feel how important is a child in mother's life. Sometime women do commit mistakes during pregnancy and as a result of that they might lose the chance of this heavenly gift."
She added, "I believe this book is going to be a text book for men and women about sex, relation and motherhood."
"The book has been priced Rs 500 and can be found at the leading bookstores across the country to make the motherhood loveliest asset by God, breaking all sorts of superstition, said Khastgir.
The programme followed with the felicitation ceremony of the staff of Gynaescopy who contributed to bring "1000 gorgeous babies under sun."
Singer Usha Uthup performed at the event. --IBNS