you give us no information on your profile, which is a shame because it's hard to respond to you about your need for a reversal.
I can tell you that after my RNY, I had no tolerance for food. At four weeks, my surgeon cleared me for regular eating. However, I had to teach my pouch to accept food.
It wasn't easy, in fact sometimes I was plain miserable. But over time, I could tolerate more and more and now after 2 years, I am at goal and can pretty much eat whatever I choose.
From the tone of your recent posts, sounds to me like you are having buyers remorse. Which, to me, means you weren't ready to have surgery in the first place. I blame a combination of You and Your Surgeon for that!
That is why WLS patients need to be EDUCATED before they venture into surgery. Geez, you are changing your anatomy and drastically altering the process of digesting food. You barf? Oh, BIG surprise. Had you done your research PRIOR to having WLS you would have known that learning to tolerate food is a common side effect.
If you have explored all mechanical and physical aspect with your doctor and you know that the surgery was performed by a competent surgeon and that you don't have a stricture, then get your ass off your pity pot and recognize that you made the choice to have gastric bypass surgery and stop complaining and work the tool. And, working the tool means that you have to eat like a baby learning to put food in its stomach. At 5 weeks, you are still healing, so farina and juice is what to expect. Don't try to shove pizza into a 5 week old pouch. You wouldn't do that to a 5 week old baby would you?
I've read Dani's story and she had legitimate health concerns. Sorry if this sounds harsh, I just mean to be realistic.