I just mean bloated and hurting. The wrap isn't ruined. It really doesn't take much food to get things going at your stage of the game. Just eat small amounts all day long. Our general habit of three meals a day doesn't work during this recovery. Your stomach prefers small amounts, so the get the nutrition you need, you'll have to eat more often.
Everyone shares the worries you have when they're recovering from a Nissen surgery. You're not alone! Still, the wrap is tougher than you might think.
I'm beginning to recover from a bad stomach bug that was passed around our family during the past week. I threw up (something to avoid, for sure) before I could get any anti-nausea drugs into me. Still, although it's considered very dangerous to vomit (some can't after surgery) I don't notice a bit of difference in the way my wrap is working. Thankfully....Our wraps are much sturdier that they seem. This is my second experience with vomiting since my surgery. I didn't know if I could...
That said, I recommend avoiding vomiting (or retching), and having anti-nausea meds at hand all the time. I carry them with me wherever I go. Sometimes, though, the nausea creeps up on us!
You're worrying a lot...stop! Just relax and enjoy the ride... you'll gradually be able to eat more, and your comfort level will grow.
Have a great weekend!