FAQ | TOMY

Frequently Asked Questions

NURSH magic of course. The silicone pouch naturally collapses as the baby sucks, eliminating the need for vents or valves to maintain milk flow.

Squeezing before feeding is not necessary. If you do squeeze, be gentle.

Sometimes too much pressure can build up in NURSH during feeding. Give it a little burp by untwisting the collar and twisting it back on. Good to go.

This is how NURSH works. Isn’t it wonderful? When the bottle is gone and you untwist the collar, the pouch will relax back into its resting state. 

The numbers indicate the flow rate. Choose the slowest flow rate that comfortably feeds your baby. A smaller number = a lower flow rate.

This is an art. Baby is the best one to tell you when to change to the next stage. If your baby seems satisfied and only dribbles milk minimally, the flow rate is likely correct. If your baby dribbles large amounts of milk out of his/her mouth, the flow rate is too fast. If your baby cries and seems frustrated with the flow rate, it’s too slow. Generally, babies ages 0-3 months enjoy Stage 1, babies 3-6 months enjoy Stage 2, and babies 6 months and up enjoy Stage 3.

This amazing design features optimal nipple length to help facilitate proper tongue positioning while drinking and a gradual transition from nipple to wide-neck base for perfect latching every time.

Use the numbers on NURSH’s outer shell and the lines on the silicone pouch to determine liquid volume. There are both milliliter and ounces on the shell to help all humans everywhere.

NURSH has lines that go all the way around the silicone pouch indicating the volume of liquid. The numbers listed on the hard shell indicate the quantity.

The lines on the pouch correlate to the measurement numbers on the shell.

Yes, replacement nipples and pouches are both available.

It is kind of like Trolls… so many colors!!! Mix and match to your heart’s content.

Microwave, yikes! We do not recommend putting our bottle in the microwave. We recommend using a bottle warmer. Give Boon's ORB bottle warmer a try.

We recommend using ORB to warm your NURSH bottles… Obvi. When warming 4 ounce bottles, remove the collar and nipple and use the lift-out basket for warming. Since silicone is a natural insulator, warming temperatures may be longer than with standard plastic bottles. To prevent injury, always shake bottle well, and test temperature of contents before giving bottle to your child.