If the surgeon has said she will prioritise you then there is no point pestering your GP who would in turn pester her. It would be rather impolite to do something like that when she has already been helpful. You could be on a standby list for a vacancy to crop up at any time in the schedule and I would be inclined to recommend you accept this rather than asking for a firm date.
By asking for a confirmed date, you could end up waiting a lot longer.
being flexible is your best chance to get a quicker op done.
operations get cancelled and postponed for a host of reasons all the time, thus making room for those on the priority waiting list.
If you take yourself off the priority waiting list and demand a firm date then it is bound to mean you wait longer for it.
While I appreciate you are probably in quite a bit of discomfort, so too will all her other patients be, and if she does oncology surgery (cancer surgery) which a lot do, those patients will ALWAYS jump the queue ahead of you and so they should, because if you were in their shoes you would want the same level of urgency.
So that will have an impact on your surgeon's workload too.
Please be patient it's only been two weeks. I think the average for a 1st time lap is about 3 months depending on the health authority and the demands on any specific surgeon.
you might be seen quicker or it may take longer, but you will always get a week's notice at least because before the op you need to have a pre-op.
This appointment is the one you wait for, because after that your appointment is imminent. could be as soon as a week later but may be a bit longer.
Pre-op involves a lengthy appointment with a staff nurse who runs through your own medical history and checks your weight, height, allergies, and a host of things that are needed for the anesthetist to know what type and how much anaesthetic to use, and whether you are at risk of DVT with additional precautions being made for that.
it is also the time to voice any concerns and questions you have about the op.
There is plenty you can do before the op to prepare for the hosp visit, and for your care at home afterwards.
If you are a single parent or pet owner, or your partner works away from home for long spells e.g. on oil rigs etc and can't return to you in a hurry - then you need to arrange for someone to come and look after your kids and creatures, or to take them off your hands to care for them for a day or two at least in case you are kept in hosp.
There is nothing to stop you planning ahead for the op, what to pack, what to buy in advance to care for your wounds after the op, informing your employer that you are expecting surgery and it will probably mean 2-3 weeks off work afterwards, but maybe more if the surgeon does more than just a diagnostic lap and actually works on any endo if it is found.
There is no point chasing it up now. If you haven't heard in 2 months time then a gentle reminder might be worth a mention, but it's unlikely to to speed things up much.