Most orthopedic surgeries usually do not require a quick decision. That is why they are called elective surgeries. The surgeon, the hospital or you can elect whether or not to have them. Remember that once surgery is done, there is no going back. Even if it does not work out as planned. And in addition to the surgery, there is rehabilitation time.
So, before you rush into anything, consider your options which should include Prolotherapy.
Even if you have seen an Orthopedic Surgeon, you should also see an experienced Prolotherapist and have an evaluation.
If you are a good candidate for Prolotherapy, get four or five treatments. If this does not help, you will be no worse off. A general rule is that you should be at least 50% better after these treatments (usually you do not even need that many). Most patients do great and are at least 80-90% better with less pain and more function.
Remember that it is your body and you should feel comfortable with the decision on how to treat it.
Ultimately, the decision is yours.