Dear user, welcome to healthcare magic.
You need not to worry about getting pregnant. Sure you will as long as you do not give up and as long as you are on the right path.
It is good that you are still below 35 years.
I will give you some information about the polycystic ovary syndrome
and about what you should be doing for it:
If you have irregular cycles, ultrasound picture of polycystic ovaries, excessive hair growth
in your body, and serum LH > FSH, so you have polycystic ovary syndrome.
This syndrome doesn't prevent pregnancy but it only delays it or makes it difficult by the normal marital life.
It has short term (irregular cycles, acne, hirsutism and delayed pregnancy) and long term (impaired glucose tolerance
, obesity, high blood pressure
and liability for endometrial cancer if not treated) consequences.
My first advice is to loose weight and optimize your Body mass index as this sole advice may completely cure your problem and you can have regular cycles and normal pregnancy.
Then you should start regular visits with your doctor in order to give you induction of ovulation and put a plan for you in order to get pregnant.
You should start ovulation induction
by clomid, or human menopausal gonadotrophins ( under medical supervision) for three to six months.
If there is good ovulation after clomid but still there is no pregnancy, may be there is another cause.
You may have three to six cycles of ovulation induction plus IUI ( intra uterine insemination ) and if still there is no pregnancy, you can have IVF ( in vitro fertilization
) or ICSI ( intra cytoplasmic sperm injection
Using alternative medicine wouldn't harm but in your case I should consider as a waste of time.
I hope this piece of information is useful to you and I wish you the best of luck.
Dr. Ahmed Bahaa.