Hello, and thank you for your question. I will be happy to assist you. Answers are for educational purposes only.
Did the doctor do any blood work to help diagnose the PCOS?
Inflammation is really not the issue.
CRP isn't going to tell you anything
Did they see if you are ovulating?
You need some blood work. You should have at a minimum....
TSH. Prolactin, DHEAS, 17 hydroxyprogesterone, total testosterone, and CMP (fasting) so glucose could be checked.
I would get those blood tests. You may need some help ovulating.
THe tests I mentioned should be checked. Anytime in the cycle is fine.
You may need clomid.
But I would recommend waiting until you have gone a year without conceiving. You should be trying every other day throughout each month for optimal conception rates.
6 months is too soon to presume a problem.
It is always best to check the ultrasound the week of your period.
No 3 days after it started would be best....the week that you have your period.
The medication for PCOS is focused on optimizing ovulation if you are trying to get pregnant and not ovulating...
Yes. If you are ovulating, then you can get pregnant.
If you are not, then you could get pregnant with meds to optimize it such as clomid and metformin.
Yes. If you need it.
Don't presume a problem yet. You have not had an adequate trial yet to know if you will have any difficulty getting pregnant.
Your welcome. 6 months is not really long enough.
Keep trying. You very well may not need any assistance.
Best of luck.