Relax. I know it's easier said than done. Those of us with wraps are always worried that they might come undone, so you're not alone. If you can throw up, and your doctor has said, "Don't worry," then I think you're okay.
Others have had vomiting episodes during the first year of recovery. I believe Joy (couchtater) had a couple even earlier than yours.
This is the thing. Your stomach can be irritated (gastritis) even when your wrap is intact. The alcohol you drank (shots, even!) along with acidic juices (cranberry) were very irritating. You're surely suffering from an irritated wrap and stomach. When you have gastritis, it can increase reflux, but it doesn't mean your wrap has been damaged.
It's my guess that your wrap is probably swollen as well, due to the vomiting and gastritis. (Remember...your wrap is made from your stomach, so it gets irritated when your stomach is irritated.)
Do you have any anti-nausea meds on hand? If not, you need to call your doctor and get some. That way you can avoid repeated vomiting. The ones people here at the forum use are Zofran, Phenegran, and Compazine suppositories. (I've had two bad stomach bugs since my wrap, and I found the Compazine to work best, as it bypasses the very sad and sick stomach.)
I was told here that if I were to suspect food poisoning (or alcohol poisoning, of course) that I ought to go to the ER to have my stomach pumped, because the anti-nausea drugs prohibit vomiting.
Baby your stomach now. No acidic, spicy, or foods that stay rough after chewing (raw veggies, etc.--anything that doesn't chew to a liquid.) Obviously, no alcohol.
You can get your wrap checked via barium swallow, which is what most people do when they're worried that they've done something. Still, why not just baby your stomach and see what happens.
Hang in there!
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Post Edited (dencha) : 1/21/2013 6:58:46 AM (GMT-7)