While it's true that more surgery can cause more adhesions to form, there comes a point that action has to be taken. That point general means full obstruction. I've got the same problem and have dealt with it for over 10 years. There really is nothing the doctors can do other than prescribe pain and nausea meds, and do surgery when you're completely closed up. I've lived for years on a liquid diet. No, it's no fun, but the pain of eating solid food isn't worth it. I know my body well enough by now to know when I might be able to risk eating a small meal. You might look up info about low-residue diets: less bulk = less pain.
Another often-overlooked treatment is psychotherapy with a pain psychologist. Mine has really helped me get my life back on track. Yeah, my life is different, but my pain isn't running it any more, and it no longer defines who I am. A good pain shrink can teach you various techniques to help deal with the pain when nothing else helps. Just look at it as one more tool in your pain toolbox right along with the pills.
Living in the Republic of Texas minus a gallbladder, a couple of cervical discs, appendix, uterus, and 18" of colon; but still alive and living with my husband, 2 dogs, 1 cockatiel, 1 quaker parrot and 2 gold fish.