There's no reason to worry about withdrawal or rebound if no reflux is getting into the esophagus. Just because the stomach is again making acid is fine if it isn't in your throat.
There are such things as esophagus sensitivity. (Google it) The trick is to figure out what are your triggers.
I have sensitivity to sulfites, but there are many other possibilities, as you will see from googling. My allergist had me keep a good food journal: time, date, what I ate and drank, meds, and symptoms. It took a couple of months to get a short list I was sure of - gelatin, wine and beer, maple syrup, most kinds of bread from stores, and a whole lot more.
My reaction is usually within a half hour to two hours. My stomach starts heaving or refluxing (that is until I had the surgery after being in a wreck), and I often get tachycardia, sometimes needing a trip to the ER.
After I had the food list I had to break it down to ingredients. It wasn't the meat in the burger, it was the condiments. It wasn't a small waffle, it was the maple syrup. Gelatin, even unflavored, yuck and definitely a trigger. Plain bread with only wheat - hard to find a flatbread without additives was fine - it was the additives. See more, much more by searching with the search box at the top of the page.
To reiterate, keep a journal and find your triggers. See an allergist for help. Get a second opinion if the first allergist doesn't believe in these triggers. An ENT may not have any experience with sensitivity.