Can I get pregnant if I've never had a regular period due to PCOS?
I'm 33 and have fertility issues due to PCOS. I've failed IVF once. I've never had regular periods, in spite of medication. I am currently still trying to conceive.
I'm sorry to hear that you have been troubled with fertility issues. Yes, PCOS can result in difficulty conceiving, and this is usually because you don't ovulate regularly, hence unable to predict when the next ovulation will occur. There are medications available that can help with this. If you are able to ovulate with medication but still unable to get pregnant, then the cause for the infertility may not be PCOS related. I would suggest speaking to your fertility doctor about this and he/she will be able to suggest other tests (if clinically relevant) to do. PCOS is also associated with insulin resistance and diabetes and I would recommend getting screened for diabetes before you try to conceive.
I hope this helps.