I have done my research and I will never stop digging deeper and deeper. For example how other cultures approach the body, the food, and life. Women in India who lives more gratefully, traditional way don't know about endometriosis. They don't have it. In Europe, every 10th woman suffers from this disease. Menstruation for Indian women is not painful and take 1-2 days. We have been told pain and long (7-8 day) period is normal and we have to live with it. This is just one "small" example which leads me to put time and energy in this subject for myself and for others. I am grateful now for endometriosis, to force me to take care of myself fully and that is my decision to make every step joyfully.
There are stages where nothing would help, only the surgery. But if we still can prevent let's make the first or next step to take care of our body and soul. Both of them are equally important. We need to take time on training our mental health just as we take time going for a yoga class or for running.
One change will not make magic, (an expensive vitamin or cream) but if we are on the right track and always try to take care of ourselves by yoga, food, love, and enough rest magic will happen.