I know EXACTLY how you feel. Ive have 2 Laporoscopies, my 1st one i had totally ruined my back. it has never been the same since, and that was 4years ago. i complained to my surgeon/gyne about this but all i got was excuses.....
"it was because of the position i was in when they operated"
"its because i have so much endometriosis and it was stuck on to my pelvic wall"
"its scar tissue from surgery"
"its beacuse i have endometriosis" .... that was the best one because i must have had endo for atleast 5yrs before i was officially diagnosed yet i didn't have severe back pain as i do now.
Ive had a mri scan, ct scan, xray on my spine, physio, seen a chiropractor, been on horrible pain killers, but nothing has helped. As soon as i mention endometriosis to a doctor they just fob me off saying that why i have leg pain, lower back pain and pelvic pain.
When i had my 2nd laporoscopy (from a different consultant) she found varicose veins on my ovary (which cant be treated because of where it is) and also loads more endo. She said this is why i have terrible pain in my legs and "might" explain the back pain. So she doesn't know either. After trying everything looking for the answer i still don't know for sure, but it my heart i know it was due to my 1st lap.
I am still suffering with my back and leg pain but unfortunately i have given up, i have to live with it now.
Dont let anyone fob you off, make sure you take matters further, i hope yours can be helped.