This recovery isn't a straight line. There are improvements, and bumps in the road. A few steps forward and a step backward. Your upper GI tract has been through a lot. It takes a long time for healing and for your body to adjust to the changes.
When you say you can't eat solid foods, what do you mean? What happens when you try? Are you remembering that you continue to need to take small bites and chew, chew, chew, until whatever it is you're eating is a liquid/creamy consistency. It's totally normal not to be able to eat in the way you did pre-surgery. You will always have to chew your food more thoroughly than you did pre-surgery (You've had an unnatural barrier placed at the entrance to the stomach...it keeps acid out, but makes it more difficult for food to enter). This will ease in time, but at this stage in recovery it's critical to be even more careful.
Did you try eating something more difficult recently? Is there anything you've done different? It takes six months for most of the healing, and a year for the rest. You will likely find improvements to continue into the second year.
it is not uncommon to have a setback at about your stage of recovery. Don't jump to conclusions. Just baby your stomach/wrap for the time being, and give it a chance to feel better. Be sure to treat your stomach extra carefully--the nausea you describe is likely caused by gastritis. The lining of your stomach is irritated.
Hang in there. There is a light at the end of the tunnel, but it takes patience and trust. You can do this!
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