Based on your symptoms as listed, I wouldn't jump to the conclusion that you do have PCOS. I am 29 years old who was diagnosed with PCOS 12 years ago. The main symptoms associated with PCOS include: Obesity (women with PCOS have a very difficult time maintaining or loosing weight, if at all), acne, irregular periods or no periods at all, excess hair growth in the regions of face, chin, neck, breasts, stomach & top of legs, abnormal cholesterol levels and is some cases insulin sensitivity. Given the diverse symptoms associated with PCOS you can see why it is referred to as a syndrom rather then just a disease. PCOS is usually confirmed by blood tests and a pelvic ultrasound. I have done extensive research on PCOS & know more about this disease than most doctors I have dealt with. From what you describe, it does not sound like PCOS. Do you get regular month periods? Or do you sometimes have a period once every 8 months or once a years? It is very difficult for PCOS women to get pregnant & this does not usually happen by accident. I have talk with many women who have been on fertility treatments for many cycles without success. And as far as I know from my own experiences & those I have talked to, PCOS is NOT associated with pain during intercourse. I suggest you talk to your G.P. about PCOS and request a second opinion from a Gynocologist or Reproductive Endocrinologist. If they don't to any tests, I'd be concerned. The tests to either diagnose or rule out PCOS are painless and will aliviate your fears. Best of luck.