Belly Balls

Belly Balls

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Orders up to $200.00 incur postage and handling of $9.95. Orders over $200.00 incur postage and handling of $19.95

Orders are dispatched within 2 business days (we strive for same day, but if you order after 3pm Queensland time we may be struggling!) from our Virginia, Queensland, Warehouse.

We ship using Australia Post in Express Post satchels or boxes, depending on the size of the order.

Most orders on the east coast will arrive to you overnight, but you know Australia – we have parts of our country that *may* take over a week to reach. If you’re in a remote area, keep this in mind. Australia Post will do their best as always!

If you’d like us to do an urgent guaranteed overnight delivery, give us a call and we will see what can be arranged via TNT Freight – it may cost a little extra, but be worth it! 07 3862 2000 is the number, and chat to Katie or Julie.

Order by Telephone

If you would prefer to place an order over the phone, then give our Customer Service team a call on 1300 GO ARDO. Our helpful staff will assist you in making sure that you have the right product for your individual needs. Lines are open between 9.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

Alternatively you can email


IMPORTANT INFORMATION - Ardo breastpumps are personal hygiene products and are classified as medical devices, therefore cannot be cancelled, returned, or refunded unless:

A. The product is in a saleable condition - no seals or packaging opened; no products or components have been used.

B. The product is faulty on receipt of goods.

Please telephone us to arrange return of any faulty product. You’ll need your invoice number and the date of purchase, and we may get you to send a pic for diagnostics to us by email. All these goods should be returned within 14 business days. Please also take note and read the Warranty Card which will be included with your device.

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The supportive teaching aid for breast feeding mums. In the first few days after their baby's birth, mothers produce the right amount of breast milk for their baby. To help mothers better to understand this concept, Ardo has designed Belly Balls.

Each size of Ardo Belly Balls corresponds to the estimated average size of a newborns elastic stomach. The average size of a new-born baby's stomach will be:

    • Day 1: 5-7 ml
    • Day 3: 22-27 ml
    • Day 5: approx. 57 ml

Healthy, full-term, newborn babies usually only need colostrum and breast milk and do not require additional nourishment or fluids. The specialist and professional community is in complete agreement about this: WHO (World Health Organisation) actually recommends that supplementary feeding be avoided because it may compromise successful breast feeding.

During previous decades, additional fluids and starter-nourishment were routinely given to healthy, full-term babies born to healthy mothers, both in the delivery room and the maternity ward. Today, many new parents are anxious that their baby is receiving too little nourishment if no supplementary nutrition is given. New-born babies often cry, or are restless in the first few days after birth and this is probably not because they are hungry, but because they miss the close contact with the body-warmth and heartbeat of the mother.

In the context of a sympathetic and friendly discussion, Ardo Belly Balls constitute a helpful aid to show how small the stomach of a child is and also to show that the available amount of milk is, as a rule, completely sufficient. So the new mother can be absolutely reassured, and gain increased self-confidence. She can also feel confident that her baby is receiving nutrition for satisfactory growth and well-being.

References: Wang, Y et al: Preliminary Study on the Blood Glucose Level in the Exclusively Breastfed Newborn; J Trop Peds 1994, 40:187-88. Saint L, Smith M, Hartmann P.E: The yield and nutrient content of colostrum and milk of women from giving birth to 1 month postpartum; British Journal of Nutrition 1984, 52, 87-95. Scammon, R, Doyle L: Observations on the capacity of the stomach in the first ten days of postnatal life. Am J Dis Child 1920; 20:516-38