I agree that you might be better served with a different doctor. I went from doc to doc with my complaints, always getting the "it must be in your head" routine. Finally I went to the doc I have now and she ran the appropriate tests confirming the diagnosis of PCOS. Initially she wabted to put me on birth control pills, but since I have horrible problems with depression on them, I needed to find another option. I emailed an endocrinologist and he told me about some experimental studies using glucophage (metformin) for PCOS. I did some research, printed out a dozen or so research papers, made an appointment with the doc and dropped off the paperwork a week ahead of time. She was thrilled with the information and we agreed to try glucophage. I now have regular periods and do ovulate, so my risk of endometrial cancer has decreased.
I will warn you however, when you first start glucophage you will have the runs and absolutely brutal gas. My kids call them "fart pills" to this day.
Those effects do go away once your body has acclimated to the drug. My doc says she has since had success using 1500mg of Glucophage per day in establishing ovulation so that women with PCOS can conceive, and has 3 patients who were previously infertile (as you are) who now have babies. There is hope.
brb, I have someone at the door...