My daughter had the nissen fundoplication surgery last August. She had no acid type pain for about
5 weeks. Then she had an episode of "retching" and since then has had similar acid pain on a regular basis. She has been given a CT (the wrap was intact), an upper gi (no reflux) and recently had an endoscopy, which they say looked fine. She is currently taking one nexium a day and pepsid or tums as needed.
We have been told it might be hypersensitive esophagus, which would make sense due to her personality. Anyone have experience with medications or other treatment for this?
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