Amps, while it is so crucial to have the cervix open to conceive (and have a successful transfer!), it is also encouraging that there didn't seem to be any scarring in the uterine cavity itself That usually bodes well for a future pregnancy. Hopefully now the cervix is open the lining will pick up. I can't remember, did you end up having and MRI while you were in Sydney to check on the vascularisation of your uterus?
How did your teleconference go? Good luck with your decision on choosing a treating Dr. It is so important when you have Asherman's to be in the hands of someone who understands the difficulties uterine scarring can present (and the possibility of them returning). I'm yours is now done and dusted and the next transfer will be a successful one
I am having one last go at having a transfer in a couple of months. My AF is still pretty messed up between the hormones from the cancelled FET and my last surgery so hopefully some time out will give it some time to sort itself out.