Yes, the new specialist was brilliant, a lovely woman and also a very skilled surgeon. I had endometrioma, fibroids, adheshions and rectovaginal endo removed in a fairly long op 3 years ago. Following this the pain in leg, back and hip reduced considerably. It did return about a year after but i went to a cranio sacral therapist for just one session and it completely disappeared by the end of just one session.
We hold a lot of stress, tension and trauma in the pelvic area and this includes muscles and connective tissue such as the psoas muscle which connects the lower back to the legs. When this contracts, all manner of problems arise. I found that osteopathy really helped too. She discovered, prior to my op that I was very out of alignment. However, after the op she could see the difference which coincided with the reduction in pain. Doctors seldom connect the dots. EVERYTHING is related. I don't need it confirmed by anyone. I know my own body.
The pelvic area is a busy space with a lot of different organs and very little space left. If something grows there it will inevitably put pressure on organs and connective tissue and even press on nerves causing pain.
Hope you find your way through this soon.