OP, you might not have given all the details in the post above, but I thought I’d just chip in and say (just in case your GP has said otherwise) that having polycystic ovaries on ultrasound is not the same thing as having a diagnosis PCOS. The reason I know: I was in the former category about a decade ago, but didn’t meet enough of the diagnostic criteria for the second. (As a result I was told metformin wouldn’t be of use to me when I was struggling with TTC some years later - although Clomid was prescribed to lengthen my luteal phase). Apparently having polycystic ovaries is not uncommon, and not uncommon even for isolated periods of time for some women (?). Apologies if you already know about this though.
I hope you get some answers from your FS - they might do further blood tests and tracking to confirm anovulation, which might point towards further markers on the diagnostic criteria.
Edited by Magnolia2, 10 October 2019 - 10:14 PM.