go see a lactation consultant for sure
You are producing more than enough for a 3 day old. Feed on demand, at least 10 minutes each boob. Put a hot rag on your boob and massage the knots out. Pump after your baby eats. Stop the bottle and offer boob way more. Like every 1.5 hrs until the knots go away. You need to be feeding way more for a newborn that young.
Take a hot shower it makes the milk come out faster and unclogs it.
I had a similar problem with my son until i completely dropped the bottle and stuck to breastfeeding. I was told it's because with the breast, the sucking makes the milk come down, but after a little while and with the bottle the baby gets milk immediately, which makes the child not want to work at the breast for very long. Therefore giving up after 4-5 sucks. It takes some work, but once the bottle is completely gone, they get the hang of the breast. My son ended up breast feeding until a little over 3 yrs old. Something i really didn't think was going to happen at first.
You need to just keep feeding anf feeding, pumping and giving bottles will give you an over supply causing the lumps. Express the first little bit with your hand so you arentas engorged and just keep feeding. Join a few groups on favebook, yummy mummy breastfeeding page is fab. They will offer you so much advice x
If your baby is lip tied or tongue tied he will have problems latching on to the breast. I am not saying that your baby has this just making you aware of the condition. My daughter had trouble latching on I never knew why until the doctor told me that she was tongue tied.
I still can't get him to latch but I have been trying to pump every hour in s half or so , so I can give him what I pumped. Is there anything else I can try? I'm getting stressed out that he won't latch and I feel like its making worse cause I feel like he can sense it ?