Weight and lifestyle
PCOS patient's weight is the number one concern when it comes to getting pregnant. Research shows that your fertility will be boosted if you manage to lose "only" five percent of your total body weight. This is something that can often be accomplished by diet alone, but because you want the weight to stay off, and your body requires more than a typical "eat less" weight loss diet, you'll benefit from seeing a nutritionist. Sport being physically active is also key to accomplishing weight loss goals where they are needed.
Weight loss before trying to conceive proves to be Mission Impossible for some women who have PCOS. That can be a real downer, particularly if you have invested a lot of time and effort into getting your body to the weight you need. Thankfully, many women with PCOS have had success with the weight loss drug Metformin. You can talk to your doctor about this, if you are interested.
Check whether you are ovulating
Because some women who have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome do not ovulate, you'll want to check that you are now ovulating regularly even if you have accomplished your weight loss goals. The easiest tool you have is a simple ovulation test. Take them for a whole cycle once, starting on the day your period ends, and continue until the test indicates that you have ovulated. If it doesn't happen, let your doctor know. Help, once again, may be available in the form of fertility drugs to induce ovulation. When you have PCOS and are trying to get pregnant, your doctor can be a powerful ally. Make sure you don't battle with your questions alone, and get the help you need.