i'm in pa, so i can't really give a specific recommendation. but here's an idea -- because pcos typically involves insulin resistance, is there any type of diabetes/endocrinology specific clinic in your area?
i see a fantastic endocrinologist at the university of pittsburgh diabetes clinic, so maybe looking for something similar will help.
i have a major problem with the doctors that just say to diet and exercise. it might help some people, but if you metabolism is to the point that its just not working, no amount of diet and exercise is going to help. i was resistant to taking meds, but when i started taking them, it make a huge difference -- diet and exercise are actually effectice not, whereas they were not at all before. so i would definitely recommend trying different doctors until you find one that you can work with and explore all of your options. best of luck!
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