I'm sorry this has been so frustrating! Having PCOS definitely makes things trickier. It's normal to not have periods with PCOS. Was this the first month since you stopped taking the birth control pills? Have you been charting? Are you sure that you ovulated and when? You gave a week range for ovulation so it's a little confusing. Once an egg is released it's only viable for about 24 hours so if you ovulated on the 19th and BD'd on the 24th, that wouldn't work. Has your doctor offered anything to help the PCOS besides birth control pills? A lot of women take metformin for PCOS.
If you are pregnant, sometimes it can take some time to get a bfp. It may be a matter of waiting a day or two. Good luck!
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