hi hope you can rest, have you tried warm baths to help you relax? I think stress does affect it and the people around you my husband won't agree to any meetings more than 20 minutes leading up to and during my period!!
I was in hospital when it was mentioned in passing by a young doctor to the consultant looking after me and I jumped on it, they were based in the hospital and by mine side taking history within the hour. Due to a few other non related endometriosis conditions they had to go away to check what they thought would be best. Next morning I had a more structured meds program and it has helped, I still had bad days I think I always will but by taking the pills all the time my next period didn't end with a 999 call and the police being called to break in as I was passed on the bathroom floor! I didn't even have the usual 5 days in bed. They gave me details to contact if I needed the program changed or reviewed. I think the starting point would be to see your gp and if they couldn't arrange it speak to your local hospital, I do hope they are present in every hospital as it did help and saw the bigger picture and wanted to know what my priorities were to get an improved quality life despite having chronic pain.
where are you based?
considering it affects a high number of women people have very little idea about but we have found the the bsge centre brilliant.