Oh my Michelle,
From what I've seen so far - you, Bill, and I are among the small minority on the forums who have been through this 3 times. Echoing Bill, I'm concerned about who has been doing these procedures, since you've had them so close together and without any long term success.
Also, did they consider gastropexy or esophagael lengthening during any of these procedures? My surgeon is not a fan of the lengthening in most cases, but so many failures seems to suggest that your esophagus might just be too short for your body. Gastropexy is a "belt and suspenders" approach for people with multiple failures where the surgeon stitches the stomach to the abdominal wall to help prevent it from traveling back up to the surgical site and damaging any HH repair or the wrap itself.
Like Bill, if you need any suggestions for surgeons, I am happy to help. I met with or spoke to 4 different redo specialists before deciding on mine. I ended up traveling for surgeries 1 & 2.
Best of luck,
Diagnosed with GERD 5/99 -
Lap. Nissen 7/00;
Lap. Nissen w/ Mesh Repair (>50% Herniation) 4/10;
Lap. Nissen, Rivet Mesh Repair & Gastropexy 7/12