Ugh, it is not impossible but unlikely that you'd be pregnant without a positive pregnancy test. It happens though once in a blue moon. However, then the doctor usually does a blood test. The thing about pregnancy is that it has a definite length . . . at some point, it is undeniable someone is pregnant. For me, that was at about 17 weeks. I had a big hard thing in my stomach that you could physically see move at that point (baby's head or butt, not sure which it was. :>)) And PCOS involves hormones which can mislead us. Women absolutely get pregnant with PCOS and they normally take Metformin as you did to aid in it. So, never say never. I guess you could pay for a private ultrasound? That sounds extreme though. Certainly someone can do something for you so you know one way or another. Sigh. Let me know what happens, okay?
I agree with you Specialmom.
I'm still having this issue, just to update. I would be entering my 7th month now. Still having symptoms, still can't get an ultrasound. Paying for it out of pocket is just too much money for me. Prices are CRAZY. I haven't had a single place tell me anything under 300 dollars. It's tough for me also being plus sized makes it harder to tell. But seeing as I feel alot of odd movements, tummy swipes and the roundness in my belly..I am saying I am pregnant just preparing without medical help as best I can. Ty for answers to my question though. I will keep updating!
You are alone. I went through this but not knowing that I had PCOS yet. Instead they believed it has to do with thyroid and endometriosis. I was at a lost when I go in for laboratory and come to find out that I am almost 3 months pregnant. And just 2weeks from that day I got a ultrasound and blood work done and both come out negative. My big question was how if I haven't had a periods for about 3years.