So, my OB/GYN told me that I stopped having periods, because I wasn't ovulating. She said they knew that, becuase an ultrasound showed that I has polycystic ovaries. She said I might have PCOS. My RE agreed that I probably do have PCOS and had me get blood drawn to check for insulin resistance. Well, I got a call from the clinic today and they said my blood test revealed that I am not insulin resistant. Now what? Does that mean polycystic ovaries are not the reason for my infertility? I mean - I am definitely not ovulating - I haven't had a period without medication in well over a year, but now I am confused by what I've been told. Does anyone know anything about polycystic ovaries without insulin resistance and what this means for our chances of getting pregnant?
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