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I've suffering from acid reflux for years so after a long debate wether I should or shouldn't have Nissen Fundolication at last in May I went for surgery and had a partial anterior Fundolication. Unfortunately my body produced too much scarring tissue and was left unable to eat or drink, with severe pain and horrendous hiccups! 10 days after surgery was rushed to A&E and had surgery for the second time to widen the aesophagus, as nothing could go pass. Surgeons took two stitches down and performed a dilation. Is September and I've only just managed to get back to work. The feeling of having something stuck at the back of my throat is the worst I've experienced, I just had a bad episode of acid reflux that lasted two weeks. I'm off all medication as doctors believe I shouldn't be on any tablets. I'm in pain, can't sleep at night, anything I eat makes the pain worse. I honestly feel worse than I did before I had surgery! I wish I hadn't gone ahead with it! Can anyone shed a light please on my symptoms? Is this normal? Can't cope with this anymore and don't cries say I should stop worrying about it! Thank you and God bless
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