Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.
In the setting of PCOS, women present with:
1. Irregular or absent ovulation
2. Signs of excess androgen (coarse hair growth) and insulin
3. Polycystic appearance of the ovaries on ultrasound
The most effective way to achieve ovulation is a combination of diabetes
medications and medications for ovulation induction
. Check a pregnancy
test and go back to talk with your doctor about medications for diabetes. If you are not ovulating on your current dose of clomid, you might need larger doses or "trigger" shots to induce ovulation.
I hope that this helps and good luck!