I got the results of my second Endometrial Receptivity Array (ERA) biopsy back today and my eyes were met with a big, bold, capitalized “RECEPTIVE”. The tears were not long to follow – tears of relief, tears of hope, all mixed in with a dash of apprehension. The recommendation is to proceed with a frozen embryo transfer under the same conditions as my biopsy. So it looks like we’ll be going ahead with a transfer of a 5-day blast on the 8th day of progesterone in a hormone replacement cycle. My doctor is on holiday until the end of the week, but I’m scheduled for the first appointment on Monday and hopefully Day 1 will be soon to follow. I also had an endometrial scratch yesterday, as recommended by the results of my uterine NK cell biopsy, in the hope of recruiting more of those little suckers to my endometrium. And tomorrow I’ll meet with my clinic’s biologist to discuss whether assisted hatching is worth considering. It feels wonderful, yet surreal to finally feel like we have some genuine answers and hope. I am so very hopeful for our next transfer, but can’t help think about how excruciating it would be to face another loss after all of this renewed hope.