Did you have all the testing prior to your Nissen? In particular, did you have a manometry? Sometimes people have swallowing issues, and a 360 wrap will be too tight for their ability to swallow. In those cases surgeons usually perform a 270 or "partial wrap". It allows swallowing to be easier.
Your situation isn't acceptable, and there is a surgeon out there who can help you. The thing is, now that you're having a Nissen complication, you'll need to see a top, top, top surgeon who has done many surgeries and (hate to say it, but) redos.
Your handle has "ca" at the end, so I'm guessing you're from California. I'm not very familiar with the medical centers out there, but I'm sure there are plenty of top places to go.
Good luck with this. Wish you didn't have to deal with it!
Very best wishes,
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