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Award winning breast pumps

At Ardo we consider our customers’ opinions the most important ones. All the wonderful feedback we receive from parents has helped us to give you the best products and service. We are always extremely honoured to receive a nice shiny award so here are the ones we are most proud of.

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  • Closed System
  • Vacuum Seal
  • Ultra Silent and Gentle
  • Not made with BPA

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At Ardo we understand what it is like to be a new mum and feel overwhelmed by having a new born baby and the need to express.  The range of videos we have produced are written and presented by an experienced lactation consultant.  It was important to us that we included all the questions we are frequently asked by mums, from what’s in the box, to how to use the products, but also how to express more breast milk.

  • 16 Sep
    Establishing Milk Supply with a Premature Baby

    This post is part of a series of case studies on the Carum Breastpump by Lactation Consultant Marliese Pepe-Truffer (IBCLC) for Ardo. The case studies show how the Carum Hospital-grade Breastpump has been used by mums to help overcome various breastfeeding problems. The mum, delivered baby son Jakob by Caesarean in the 34th week of pregnancy due to her waters breaking early. ...

  • 1 Sep
    Why are Doula’s Becoming More Popular with Mums in the UK?

    Birth doulas provide continuous support, for women and couples, through pregnancy, labour and birth and the immediate postnatal time. Postnatal doulas provide flexible practical and emotional support postnatally for new mothers and families in their own homes. Postnatal doulas typically start working with a family in the first few months after birth. The actual tasks in the practical s...

  • 16 Aug
    Will Personal Maternity Budgets Create a Rise in Home Births?

    Personal budgets for women who wish to take charge of their own maternity care may be worth up to £6,000, to allow them greater individual control over the type of care that they receive. The idea is to gently steer more women out of a hospital maternity ward and into a midwife-led unit or a home birth. Statistics show that many women do want to give birth at home - ...

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