Our expert says:
It sounds to me like you do have PCOS - this isn't something that changes. Your new doctor is right in his management, in that you would need medication to make you ovulate, after bringing on a period. If the pills have not brought on a period, then there could be something else going on and you should go back to your doctor and tell him this. You may then need to go on the Pill for a month to bring on a period. If there is a fertility expert in your town, you may want to consult him/her.
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