Yes Vixjc you are very strong, I guess you need to be to have come this far. I'm with you having down 10 Ivf cycles- geez that is draining!
I am a bit like you the way I take my kind off things is to go back into planning. It does help.
Just wanted to share my hypotheses of my current issue that may help with your hysto. I had a Hysto and scratch before my cycle and I just had my 20 week scan and I have placenta Previa which basically means the embryo has implanted close to the cervix and unfortunately is unlikely to move which means increased risk of bleeding and c section (it's a bit scary actually and not really what I had hoped for and spent the whole day crying) but it is what it is and I jus need to keep thinking positive and keep away from Google!!!!! The reason why I share is that some of the risks can be d&c and uterine surgery which I can't help but think that whilst my hysto/scratch helped the embryo attach it may have also led to this condition. If I need to do it again I would be saying to the surgeon to do the scratch further up in the cervix if possible so the embryo and therefore placenta can attach there. It's just a hypotheses but if it helps one other person.
Best of luck to all travelling to Greece, the land of the gods and goddesses