@turkay1, @anamur-- I don't think it's a good idea to generalize someone's experience for all. A pelviscopy is definitely less invasive than open surgery. It doesn't cause as much pain and it doesn't take as long to recover. But still, the side effects and recovery time cannot be generalized. It depends on what is done during the pelviscopy and it also depends on the individual.
I had an endometriosis laparoscopy three years ago. It's definitely one of the more difficult laparoscopies. Unfortunately, my pain didn't resolve in a few days, it lasted months. And I still have to be careful with some movements, especially lifting or I have pain. If nothing else, scar tissue is bound to cause some discomfort after a pelvic laparoscopy.
@anamur-- By the way, the shoulder pain you had has to do with the carbon dioxide used during the procedure. It affects the nerves, but it doesn't last long.