There's no test to definitively diagnose pcos so far, we need to discuss your medical history, including your menstrual periods and weight changes. A physical exam will include checking for signs of excess hair growth, insulin resistance and acne.
Post studying your case i'll be able to come to the conclusion whether to go for pelvic examination, blood tests and ultrasounds.
Irregular menstruation is when the length of the cycle is more than 35 days, or if the duration varies. Irregular periods, also called oligomenorrhea, can occur if there is a change in contraception method, a hormone imbalance, hormonal changes around the time of the menopause, and endurance exercises. Let's discuss your concern in detail so that we can provide the best medical plan.
when you have got hypothyroidism and PCOD
ovulation can be difficult if your periods is not regular.
If you have a regular periods in coming weeks after following proper lifestyle pattern and diet, then you can try 3 months with timed Intercourse.
If your periods still irregular then try ovulation induction with follicular monitoring and timed intercourse for better success