Okay, if baby isn't nursing then you need to pump, using a high-quality pump. Medela Pump in Style or equivalent at a minimum; hospital-grade rental is preferable. I know how very frustrating a non-latching baby is. It requires so much patience and persistence on your part. But the only way to get through latching difficulties is to be persistent, to keep offering, and to limit bottles as much as possible. Has anyone suggested alternate ways of feeding the baby? At-the-breast supplementers like the Medela SNS or the Lact-Aid are good ways to make feeding a little easier for the baby while keeping him nursing. You might also have luck with instant reward techniques, like expressing a little milk onto the nipple surface or dribbling a little milk (or formula, if you're out of expressed milk) onto the nipple before latching baby on. The taste of milk in his mouth may inspire baby to stay latched on longer than he otherwise would.
If I am trying to get back on track and I don't have anymore breast milk stored because we lost power for a day and either my husband used it to feed our son or it went bad. My son's not cooperating enough to stay latched on long enough to allow the breast milk to come back in. How else am I supposed to feed him?? When I try again in a few minutes, he screams bloody murder as if I am torturing him.