I was also told I needed to have laporoscopic surgery to find out why my ovaries are enlarged (the doctors assumed endometriosis based on my symptoms and age), and that if it WAS endo, they could "go in there and clean it out." No thanks! I ran out of there as fast as I could. I am most definitely not telling you what to do, but as far as I'm concerned, even though they downplay it, that's abdominal surgery, and I don't want any part of it. A lot of people would say I should have the surgery just to make sure it's not cancer, but I can't explain it, somehow I know it's not, and anyway, I really believe there's one cure for everything, as MH promotes, here.
I'm pretty sure I do have what they refer to as endometriosis, since I also have a lot of heavy, clotting bleeding during my periods, although raspberry leaf herb in capsules has helped the cramping. I know that it's a symptom of general imbalance, acidosis, parasites, candida, etc., and that what I need to do is work on cleansing and balancing, correct diet, and eventually it will heal on its own. Bodywork can also help with internal adhesions in the pelvic region.
For the most part, I'm moving away from supplements, trying to get most of my nutrition from foods and juicing, but somewhere here on Curezone I stumbled across a link to a site:
about Vitalzym and its use for fibroid tumors & endometriosis. It looks like the site is run by a woman who cured her own fibroids and also sells the product, but it's pretty informative, and there are discussion forums there. I ended up ordering some, and I'm interested to see if my periods improve. I guess the enzymes basically chew up fibrosis anywhere in the body, and I would think an enzyme-rich, raw food diet would help, as well. I know MH also recommends the orange juice fast to cure just about anything, once you have done the proper cleansing to prepare.
Have you tried raw diet, liver flushing, parasite cleansing, colon cleansing, etc. before you decided on surgery? Just FYI, I have also read (and I intuitively knew this to be the case) that laporoscopic surgery for endometriosis can also cause new scarring and adhesions that can end up making the situation worse. I read where a woman's doctor actually admitted that to her. I've also read that the endometriosis comes back, I would think if you don't do major cleansing and lifestyle changes, in particular. I've also read a theory that parasites, particularly threadworm (i.e. pinworm), can be responsible for spreading endometrial tissue in the body. That's something to think about! Personally, I plan to avoid the knife for the rest of my life if I possibly can.