That's what I suspected. Having a reactive stomach, that's something I'm very familiar with. In fact, when discussing the problem with my GI doc once, I mentioned that I thought I had chronic gastritis. Instead, he diagnosed a reactive stomach, and was very confident with that diagnosis. They're very similar. As I said, your wrap is created out of your stomach, so when your stomach is feeling poorly, so will your wrap. They're "cut from the same cloth", so to speak.
Keep babying that stomach, and be sure that anything that enters it is either soft to begin with, or is chewed to a liquid/creamy consistency. Part of the digestive process involves stomach muscles mashing its contents, so anything in there that could scratch or irritate will make things worse. Smooth, soft, liquid--all good.
My GI doc said to wait until my stomach felt perfect for two weeks before trying any foods that might challenge it. At that point, introduce foods slowly, and see how you do. Healing gastritis takes a while, so be patient. The PPI will help a lot. Whenever my stomach gets going, I step up my acid reduction meds, and it really helps.
Nissen Fundoplication 2/09
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