I get those flat-breads and have a turkey, cheese, mayo sandwich on them everyday at work.
Just for perspective, I eat bacon and eggs every morning and also pack a vegetable/meat low-carb lunch for work. Mostly drink protein shakes and eat leftovers at night, so the flat-bread sandwich is my little carby mid-afternoon or mid-morning snack.
They are about 21 carbs, 5 fiber, 2 sugar if I can recall off the top of my head. I get the Arnold brand. Not sure what your pita bread macros look like, but I know they vary widely and there are a lot of good "low-carb" versions out there that have macros around what I cited for my flat-breads.
Don't mire in the details too much like PB Andy said. Getting 50-100 carbs/day is fine, just time them out (morning, peri/post-workout) and keep in mind how many you're probably getting without realizing it from fruit, vegetables, nuts, etc. If you account for all of them and keep them under 100 you're still on a low-carb diet, which at your bf% is probably good even during a bulking phase.