That's okay don't worry, it's nice to have people that understand what we are going through I truly don't know what I'd do without this site
I definitely think it might be worth changing your GP, I'd had the same GP since I was born pretty much and everytime I went to him about my abdominal pains he just kept fobbing me off with painkillers, the only reason he referred me to a gynae in the end was because I'd had an ovarian cyst when I was 14 and he thought that's what it might be! But when I had the scan and they found nothing he just kept giving me painkillers so I eventually changed GP and she is so lovely I am so glad I swapped! So I definitely think it's worth giving it a try, the worst that can happen is they're also not understanding in which case you can try again hopefully you'll find someone who will take you seriously.
That's a shame about you with college too, and the fact you didn't know you had endo at least I know so I can let my tutor know what's going on and thankfully he's being so supportive and saying he knows I'll catch up so to just get some rest. But it's awful when you don't have an explanation for it so you can't explain it to anyone!
And I seriously get what you are saying about being told you have endo then being abandoned! I was told when I woke up from the anaesthetic that they found endo and they were gonna leave me in my GP's care, I expected to at least have a follow up appointment but nope! And even though my GP is lovely she can't really do much cos she's not a specialist so I totally understand the way you feel about feeling you have to go through it alone
I definitely think you should try a new GP and discuss hormone treatments, you shouldn't have to suffer in silence it's not fair, just because the disease can't be seen doesn't mean we aren't suffering!
Thanks for your comment back anyway, sorry this one is like an essay! It's just nice being able to talk about it with someone who truly understands xxx