Because you're seeing so many doctors you're theoretically seeing people who would know post-operative problems when they see them, but my experience with surgeons is that they often just don't much like talking to patients. What they like is doing surgery. I say this because it's possible just from my reading what you wrote that you might have two problems going on -- the pain under your breast might be from the surgery. If it is it's likely temporary. The rest might be a reaction to the anesthetic used for the surgery or to meds used post-surgery. Antibiotics can also cause digestive problems, and you've now been on quite a bout of them. Something you can try as you continue to see docs to try to figure this out is to go to the best health food store you have in your area and buy a multi-spectrum probiotic from the refrigerated section of the supplement section. Make sure it emphasizes bifidus, which helps with digestion. Antibiotics and other meds kill off the beneficial bacteria that populates your intestinal tract and is a large part of your immune system and digestive system. Another problem is the meds you're taking for your reflux and "IBS" alter the proper balance your stomach needs to digest protein and minerals, as they suppress acid production and your body needs an acidic environment to digest these substances so it just tries to make more and more acid. There are natural remedies that probably work better in the long term, along with trying to figure out what in your diet or the way you eat that is causing this problem. For example, lying down too soon after eating can cause reflux. Not chewing enough can make digestion difficult. Some foods just don't agree with us, and the older we get sometimes it catches up to us even if it didn't bother us earlier in life. Surgery is also stressful both physically and emotionally, and hospital food if you were in for very long will kill anyone. Some things that might help are aloe vera juice inner filet, DGL, and peppermint enteric coated gel caps. But there are other things as well that can help without suppressing acid. Because you just had surgery, though, I'd still exhaust the possibility the surgery or the meds used because of it might have triggered this and make sure any natural product you use doesn't conflict with any meds you're still using -- most of them, for example, shouldn't be taken near in time to when you take meds because they can block them from absorbing. If this goes on, you might want to consult a holistic nutritionist or naturopath or practitioner of integrated medicine if you need guidance on how to possibly fix the digestion problems you've developed in a way that doesn't make them worse. Hope at least this gives you some other things to think about as you consult with your specialists. Hope you recover soon.