I’ve had lots of trouble with embryo transfer along the way, including one transfer cancelled because they couldn’t access my uterus via the cervix. I’ve had an MRI and hysteroscopy and they indicate my uterus is migrated to the extreme right of my pelvic cavity and is tilted, which makes the cervix’s opening close off. So, having had quite a few cycles and a couple where they have had to go via the wall of my uterus to transfer the embryo rather than via the cervix, they now want me to have another hysteroscopy. The logic is that the drugs they give you before the procedure soften the cervix and the manipulation during the investigation will hopefully make it all easier come next transfer. Has anyone else has any experience of this? Also, I’m wondering how soon after the hysteroscopy the transfer has to happen to take advantage of whatever changes there might have been to the cervix. I can’t get a straight answer from the hospital. Any ideas?