Heh. Yeah. While not PCOS, I have a similar story. Back in June of 2008 I was told I needed a full hysterectomy due to severe endometriosis. I was 25. My best friend was pregnant. I had just been told I could never have kids. I was heartbroken. Surgery was scheduled for late October. September 15th, I took a pregnancy test because well, why not? Last time I would ever be able to, so might as well. Only, it was positive. The fear of tubal pregnancy was high, but that fear was soon discovered to hold no grounds. 6 months of complete bed rest, a premature baby, and a whole heck of a not believing I was actually living this life has netted me a very healthy 4 year old. I still have my lady bits. They said I couldn't and I did. By god, I want to try for number two. I might not make it, but I can try. And that is what matters.
PCOS means you might not, but it doesn't mean you won't. Worst of worst, there is adoption. You are not doomed to be childless if you have faith.
I remember your pain. It sucks. Know you have support.