Hello, I'm currently a candidate for Nissen fundoplication surgery for my acid reflux. I'm a 16 year old female, and I was premature. I was diagnosed with acid reflux from birth and have been dealing with symptoms all my life. (Vomiting, feeling food in the back of my throat, heartburn, etc.) after reading about the surgery, I'm terrified. Many people regret the surgery and say they would've never done it, due to bloating pain after and the inability to burp or vomit, or even swallow. I'm terrified of getting the surgery, but I'm scared of not getting it either. I've heard positive effects of the procedure as well. Basically, I'm just confused. The surgeon said it was up to me and my family, and we ultimately decided that if it got rid of symptoms then we'll do it. But if it adds new, worse symptoms, is it worth it? Thank you!!