Hi, thanks for your response:) The bloating and stomach distention and pain is far worse and debilating that prior to operation where I had acid refux. I'm having issues with burping and bloated after every meal-even though eat very little and chew all food. I have also gained 20kg literally overnight from the nissen fundoplication operation. I was very skinny prior 35kg which was really underweight. I have also developed a ulcer and another hernia post operation and incombination with constipation is no good. Prior to operation was very regular. I'm praying that the reversal/takedown will alleviate aboce systems i'm prepared for reflux however current symptoms are debilating. I want my life back:)
If you know any information about nissen reversal/takedown please I'd appreciate info on the outcome:).
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