Thank you for your response jlbanana! It's always good to hear from people who were able to conceive with PCOS!
I have been charting this cycle, and over the 2 years we've been TTC I kept track of my cycle dates. They are irregular, ranging from 26 to 69 days, with an average of 35-45 days. My doctor tried to see if I ovulated last cycle with blood work, but missed the peak. We're trying to catch it this cycle, but FF seems to think I already ovulated (if in fact I ovulated). It's a bit all over the place at the moment!
Weight gain is actually the one symptom of PCOS I don't have, so unfortunately losing weight is not an option for me to make pregnancy more likely. DH and I are both fit and healthy and have made an effort to be even more so since TTC. We have made a lot of changes over the last 2 years. Since we are both young, and thus felt there should be no problem in getting PG (if only, right?), we decided it was time to seek help from a fertility specialist.
While I am still interested in natural ways to promote fertility, I am really looking for more information related to fertility drugs and treatments. Unfortunately at this point, it is the next step for us.
Thanks again! Congratulations on your two joys