(((sooboo30))) I am so sorry you are still dealing with so much pain!
I would suggest talking to your doctor at least one more time and letting him know the pain has never left, the pain is keeping you in bed, and ask what you should do. It could be that not all the endometriosis was not removed. It could be you are still healing. You could have cysts on your ovaries. There could be a complication that needs to be checked out. Etc. etc. etc.
If your surgeon does not help you, talk to your primary care. Your primary care can then help you decide where you need to go next as well as possible order some tests to see what might be going on.
Living in pain is sure not something any of us want and especially this close to surgery your doctor(s) needs to help you figure out what is going on and how to help you.
I wish your hysterectomy had been a cure all but unfortunately it does not always take care of all of our gyn issues, especially when endo is involved.
If the pain gets too intense, please head to ER. Telling them you just had a surgery should alert them to run some tests to be sure you are not dealing with surgical complications. They should also be able to help you with your pain until you can see your doctor.
Keep a list of all of your symptoms, pain level, what you are trying to help with the pain, etc. and take the list to your appointment(s).
I am sending you lots of
S and best wishes! Take it easy and let us know how things go!