Nissen undone 2 weeks before

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soliver38
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   Posted 1/30/2012 10:47 AM (GMT -6)   
hello all...i am feeling better than post Nissen,but still having esophageal issues as spasm and pain in my poor stomach wich have been operated twice in 2 months.my surgeon recognize that he ignores the indications before and post Nissen.i wish you the best and i hope everything will return to normal by time..

dencha
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   Posted 1/30/2012 2:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Soliver,
I'm glad to hear that your take-down went well and that your surgeon is aware of his errors.  I hope that you'll heal quickly and be back on the road to recovery and feeling better. 
Good luck finding all the right answers to your questions!  Keep us informed...
Denise

soliver38
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   Posted 1/31/2012 7:18 AM (GMT -6)   
Dencha..I expected your answer,thank you .yes he recognize his error after 70 days.all the surgeons i have seen told me there was no indications to do this surgery to me.i lost 12 kg in 2 months even water comes back to my throat.i suffered too much seen many Gis and surgeons.all told to me you have to went off your Nissen .it was the worst moment in my life.i hope i will heal by time..and my esophagus works normally.thank you again Dencha..

stkitt
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   Posted 1/31/2012 8:44 AM (GMT -6)   
 
I am glad to hear your surgery went well and I cannot imagine how tough this has all been for you.  Good for your Dr. for owning up to the error in judgement as just knowing he admits that the Nissen was not a good choice validates your feelings.
 
I am so sorry you have been through so much and I do hope your healing process goes well.
 
Remember we are always here for you and we care so keep on sharing here in  the forum and do feel free to vent away.
 
Kindly,
Kitt

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soliver38
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   Posted 2/1/2012 4:16 AM (GMT -6)   
soliver38: Kitt Thank you .I am glad i am not alone..your answers makes me feel better.Now things are done ,i remember looking around all the sites but did not find anyone who posted about undone Nissen .I think its not common thing at all.Honestely many surgeon were afraid or hesitated about undone to me this surgery.None has done it before...All i had to do is waiting my surgeon until he saw me dying and recognise his major error.I was a victim of non respect of indications...My advise to all is the indications are more important than the good surgeon...thank you again..

stkitt
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   Posted 2/1/2012 10:13 AM (GMT -6)   
 
Your advice is wise and from your own experience so I know the members will appreciate it.  You are right, this is not the normal outcome for a Nissen and I am just glad your Dr. recognized this in time to undo the procedure.
 
You are brave and strong and sharing your story with all without showing a lot of bitterness tells me that you are one special person.
 
Thank you for caring about the other members by posting here in the forum.  Remember we are open 24/7 so if you feel like venting away please feel comfortable in doing so.
 
Gentle hugs,
Kitt
 

 
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dencha
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   Posted 2/1/2012 10:52 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Soliver,
I posted to you yesterday, but when I submitted it, it disappeared.  Then I didn't have time to go back and write it again, so here I am today...
 
I feel so badly that I kept answering your posts and offering advise with the assumption that your recovery experience was a normal one.  It was not until you'd been suffering for quite a long time that I could see that it was far from normal.
 
I'm glad you're writing to inform people of the importance of getting ALL the testing before having the surgery.  I'm also glad that your surgeon finally accepted the fact that he'd made a terrible mistake.  A surgeon who goes forward with a Nissen without doing all the testing is incompetent, and obviously not experienced in the Nissen surgery.  There are too many variables that can cause problems, and those variables will be discovered with a complete battery of tests.
 
I wish you all the very best of luck in getting your health back.  I'm glad you're headed in the right direction, finally.
 
Good luck!
Denise
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