Thanks for the query.
I understand your concern.
PCOS usually presents with irregular periods, delayed ovulation etc symptoms.
Spotting can be seen during ovulation.
So, the spotting you have seen could be possibly ovulatory bleeding.
If spotting subsides, intervention may not be needed.
If it persists that could be intermenstrual spotting due to hormonal imbalance.
To increase the possibility of pregnancy, track your ovulation and plan unprotected intercourse around that period.
Ovulation kits help in finding the ovulatory period.
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