Here are a few testimonies I found..they are just testimonies so they have no real scientific values but so are ours on this board : "hello, this is my first time on here and thought this forum was where i belong as have been TTC for nearly 5 years. I am pretty confused though as i went a did all the tests a few months a go and was found to have polycystic ovaries but my blood work came back clear and i am really regular. Does this mean i don't have Pcos? I am a few stone over weight and do struggle to lose weight but that is the only other symptom that i can see. If not anyone know what is does mean? Have managed to find nothing via google and the doctor was so rubbish and dismisal that i wasn't able to ask. Any ideas would help me a lot!" "hi there I am 35 years old and being TTC for our first baby for 8 months now (only got married last November!) I have just been diagnosed with PCOS which is a surprise to me as I am not overweight, have dead on regular cycles (31 days) and have no facial hair or acne. The doctor picked up PCOS in both ovaries and I am going for my post ovulation blood test next week. Anyone else in the same boat? thanks" http://community.babycentre.co.uk/post/a466745/pcos_but_regular_periods "I had none of the typical symptoms, had my periods regularly, no facial hair, not overweight, just started to lose my hair too much, anyways went to the DR when i was not falling pregnant, after some tests she diagnosed PCOS, gave me metphormin. which has proved that it works for ovulation on me, however has done nothing to correct my hair fall or me getting pregnant " http://www.paklinks.com/gs/health-a...ou-find-out-and-what-did-you-do-about-it.html My educated guess is that you do have it. PCOS tends to get worse as you get older, as you gain weight, and after each pregnancy. So, it could be that as you are getting older that the symptoms are getting more noticeable. I had totally normal periods and had no trouble ttc when I was younger (no facial hair either)â€¦but as I got older things progressively got worse. I didnâ€™t notice any symptoms, but now that I am a little olderâ€¦they are there. "The key things to indicate PCOS are the irregular periods and the high testosterone and insulin levels. Those two blood tests are very indicative of PCOS. Of course the facial hair is also a symptom. You have 5 symptomsâ€¦people get diagnosed with only 2 symptoms. Hereâ€™s some basic PCOS info for you."http://www.guide-to-mesothelioma.com/answers/how-likely...with-pcos-without-having-all-of-the-symptoms/ this is an online quiz :http://www.youngwomenshealth.org/pcos_quiz.html i have been dx with pcos... no kid just one m/c. my ONLY symptoms is i have the tendency to be overweight... but i lose weight with no problem, LOST SIXTY POUNDS(most women with pcos have difficulties losing weight)oh and acne... i guess around my af i get like four or five pimples that turn into spots (i am 25).my af is usually 30-35 days or so but but two cycles ago i had a 46 day cycle. i am not hairy really... i get a little tiny bit on my upper lips and a few strings of or chin hair every blue moon... i NEVER have cyst pains... i cant ever recall ANY...i have NEVER had high blood sugar....i only know for certain i have pcos because i asked my obgyn to test my hormones and sure enough i had an odd fhs to lh level...pcos, but then on the pther hand i have a friend who aslo has it and her ONLY symptom are actual ovarian cyst...many at once, with severe pain...pcos...she hasnt ever been heavy...so get a hormone panel if concerned. there are many different levels of pcos. http://www.babyandbump.com/trying-t...ssible-pcos-but-no-symptoms-whatsoever-2.html [/url] Do you realize that the androgen elevation of women with PCOS is still very far from the levels of males???? Of course some will experience unwanted hair but many won't!! Not all 14 years old boy have a beard or a mustache! Same for PCOS sufferers. There are as many types of PCOS women as women who suffer from PCOS.