Welcome to Healing Well! I'm glad you've joined us, but very sad that you've had so many problems. I have one suggestion. Is it possible for you to get to one of the big clinics--Mayo, Johns Hopkins, Cleveland Clinic? It seems like Surgeon 1 or Surgeon 2 should be left behind, and you need to find an different and more experienced (in this particular surgery) surgeon. A Nissen Fundoplication is a very specialized procedure, and it is a bit of an art form. It takes hundreds if not thousands of procedures to get the knack, and it seems like no matter how good the surgeons you've had, they're obviously not good enough for you.
Also, being on a liquid diet for 3 months after surgery is extreme.
I had the surgery in February 2009, and was on liquids for one day (in the hospital), on soft foods for 5 days, then went right to any solid food that can be chewed to liquid.
Granted, there are several members here who were on liquids as long as 3 or for weeks, but not 3 MONTHS! Each surgeon is different, and have different eating protocols, but seriously, that seems extreme, and very old fashioned.
Here's a typical Nissen eating protocol:www.upmc.com/HealthAtoZ/patienteducation/N/Pages/dietafternissenfundoplicationsurgery.aspx
I really hope you can find relief, and get feeling better. The centers I mentioned specialize in difficult cases like yours. I don't know where you live, or if it's possible for you to get to one of these places (I'm sure there are others like it that I didn't list).