Whether you’re just beginning your breastfeeding journey or you consider yourself a bit of a pro, our collection of breast pumps here at Nuby UK is here to help make natural that little bit easier. Across our current range, you can explore a variety of breast pumps to suit you and your breastfeeding needs, from lightweight manual breast pumps to full electric breast pump kits. For all the breastfeeding accessories you need to help you on your way, from breastfeeding pillows to storage bags, be sure to also explore our breastfeeding accessories range.


When is a good time to stop breastfeeding?

Deciding to stop breastfeeding is a personal choice that can depend on various factors, including your baby's age, health, and personal circumstances. The World Health Organisation suggests exclusive breastfeeding for up to 6 months, followed by continued breastfeeding along with complementary foods for at least two years or more.

Does breastfeeding make you feel tired?

Breastfeeding can be physically demanding and may cause fatigue in some mothers. It’s important to prioritise your nutrition and try to rest as much as possible during this time. Nuby UK’s breastfeeding collection offers products designed to make breastfeeding more comfortable and efficient. You can find products such as nursing pillows and accessories that can help you with breastfeeding.

How can I combine breastfeeding and pumping?

Combining breastfeeding and pumping can provide more flexibility and help express and store your milk supply. You can pump in between feedings or replace a feeding with a pumping session. At Nuby, we offer a range of breast pumps that can support you throughout this process. You can find products such as electric, manual, and silicone breast pumps that can suit your needs and preferences.

Can I enjoy a cup of coffee while breastfeeding?

Moderate caffeine consumption (around 2-3 cups of coffee per day) is generally considered safe while breastfeeding, but it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional. Remember that caffeine can also be found in other sources like tea, chocolate, and certain medications.