Last night i went yet again to out of hours GP, but this time saw a caring and friendly GP who actually took time to ask what i felt was wrong, what was the result of me being in pain, what i could and couldn't do because of the pain, and properly fully examined me.
Turned out i had a slight fever (37.8) and a solid lower stomach (below belly button), she instantly jumped onto the phone after examining me and sent me to the Gynae docs. The consultant i saw there was an absolute diamond, he sat and talked to me about every possible angle and symptoms and what i felt the problem may be.... and FINALLY a Gynae doc agreed with Endometriosis (rather than the "chronic pelvic pain that i was diagnosed with).
He said that i need to change my contraception to the Mirena coil so that the bleeding should stop and that should hopefully ease the pain to a more controllable level... If that doesn't work then its off to the GP for a referrall to Gynae to get on the list for a laparoscopy. After he told me all this, he gave me a massive amount of painkillers (tramodol x 2 500mg tablets, 2 paracetamol, and one diclofenac, as well as something to slow bleeding down) which helped take a major amount of the pain away, he arranged for a scan to be done tomorrow (monday) and he also offered to keep me in overnight if i felt i needed to, if i still couldn't cope with the pain after all the meds had kicked in.
So i shall let you all know how the scan goes, but it looks like something is finally being done after all these years and a doctor finally has listened to me and helped me!
Thanks everyone on here for all your advice over the last couple blogs and support.