Just wanted to say hi and I hope you doing ok recovering from your lap x
Its not unusual to feel lost after a lap as often we only get quickly told what the surgeon found and did whilst we are still half out of it from the general anaesthic and then sent home with not much info, not helpful!
Do you have a supportive GP? If so, it may be an idea to go and see them to talk through what was found during your lap etc and what may happen next. You will also get a follow-up appointment with you gynae who will go through this with you and should discuss a treatment plan with you, but that may take a few weeks to come through but phone his secretary to chase it up.
As for whether you are now classed as disabled will completely depend on what was done during your lap and what this means longterm for you. This will always be looked at on an individual basis and you would need all the details and treatment plan from your gynae first, but just having surgery for endo (however extensive) typically does not mean that you are automatically now "disabled". Typically it can be very difficult for endo sufferers to get any disability benefits etc, even when they are 99% bed ridden! Its one of the big problems for endo sufferers unfortunately.
Unfortunately its early days for you at the moment but I would talk it through with my GP and chase up my gynae for an action plan! x