Look into the Creighton Method and find a NaPro doctor. Dr. Hilgers, founder of both Creighton and NaPro, is very successful at permanently removing endometriosis and eliminating pain. He has a special surgical technique that minimizes adhesions and restricts growth of endometriosis, so he is very pro-surgical intervention. Additionally, he has a much higher success rate of pregnancy over the standard OBGYN care.
Here are several links that go straight to the source:
The fertilitycare website has a panel where you can search for creighton teachers and NaPro physicians. If possible, try to get Dr. Hilgers to look at your medical chart–it would require you to learn the method and work with another physician.
Also, here are some blogs I read from women who’ve had success with NaPro and Creighton:
This last blog is written by a women who is battling infertility for years. She’s amazing. She works for a NaPro physician and is currently a client.
Lastly, I understand going on BC for pain care. I don’t think any of us who don’t have endometriosis can fathom the pain. I hope that you will be able to use NaPro so that you can completely eliminate endometriosis! Many prayers for you and your husband!
ETA: The blogs are written from a Catholic perspective. I gave the OP these links b/c I know she’s Catholic. For the other women who are enduring endometriosis and are not Catholic, there are individual tabs on these blogs that explain their individual stories and success with NaPro/Creighton. Dr. Hilgers is Catholic BUT he is very good at what he does! I found the Creighton method not to be very religious. I mean, you can apply religious doctrine, but the instruction and texts do not have much religious stuff surrounding it, much to the chagrin of other Catholic NFP founders like John and Sheila Kippley (founders of the Couple-to-Couple league, NFP international, and Sympto-thermal method). So please don’t discount NaPro and Creighton b/c of it’s background–it’s backed with lots of science and you are never pressured to be Catholic, have a Catholic opinion, etc.
Lastly, I have PCOS. I have had nothing but great amounts of respect from my Creighton instructor and I imagine, giving the personal testimonies of other women, that NaPro physicians are just as kind and respectful. If you are interested in learning Creighton and want a reference to my teacher, PM me and I’ll give you her information to you. She does distance teaching through skype. I will be out of town for a few days and incommunicado during that period. I will come back to this thread later to answer questions if anyone has them (please don’t think I’m ignoring you). Lastly, here’s a thread on my experience with NFP: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/those-interested-in-nfp
P.S. OP, if you want to read a book written by Dr. Hilgers about NaPro technology, it’s called the NaPro Technology Revolution, I’ll send it to you. It just skims why and what he does. I didn’t find it to be completely surprising b/c I already knew a little about Creighton and NaPro going in. PM me, and I’ll send it to you if you want!