Welcome to the Healing Well Wrapped Club! Were those symptoms you had before the surgery, or are they new ones? At two weeks out, you're in the thick of healing, and can have many discomforts in your upper GI tract.
Keep in mind that your wrap has become increasingly swollen over these past two weeks, and is nearing peak swelling. It's very possible that what you're experiencing is related to that. You could be having food and/or medications held up at the wrap site that is irritating your esophagus. It can mimic reflux, and cause irritation.
Once the swelling begins to go down you'll find things begin to get easier and more comfortable.
Also, if you have symptoms that led you to the surgery, you'll have to wait longer than two weeks to experience relief. Your upper GI tract has been put through a lot. It has been revised, and accosted by surgical tools. It takes time to heal those inflamed tissues, but give them time. I had lung problems that were brought on by reflux, and it took a full two and a half months for them to begin to show improvement. I've heard of people taking even longer than that to heal problems created by reflux.
Hang in there...try to surrender to your recovery and follow it where it takes you. If you can go with the flow and relax into your healing, it will be much easier for you. You can't rush it, so don' try.
I don't know if you've seen it already, but if not, here is my early recovery journal:
Again, glad you've joined us!
I'm sure others will be by to weigh in on the subject.
Words of wisdom by Eckhart Tolle:
"Whatever you fight, you strengthen, and what you resist, persists.”
“Worry pretends to be necessary but serves no useful purpose”
“Accept - then act. Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it. Always work with it, not against it.”