I took a quick look at your tracker and I see that you don't seem to be eating the MINIMUM 1,200 calories each day. The other thing I noticed is that many of your calories are from breads/bagels/processed carbs.
First: On days that you exercise you should eat more (1,500 calories should not cause your weight loss to slow down - I find most active women do very well with weight loss at 1,500 calories.) On days when you are not active or lounging around, then you might consider eating 1,200 calories. I would suspect, however, that at the age of 22 1,200 calories is not meeting your basic caloric needs just to make your body function (a.k.a. Basal Energy Expenditure or BEE).
Second: With PCOS and insulin resistance you MUST eat less of those bready and processed carbs and eat adequate protein. You really need to get protein with each meal you eat (including breakfast). I would avoid the bagel (especially at breakfast). My recommendation is to eat 1/2 of your plate veggies, 1/4 protein and approximately 1/4 starch.
Third: If you keep eating under 1,200 calories you could wind up stalling or stopping your weight loss efforts. You have to fuel your body properly to get it to give up some fat. Try eating 3 meals and at least 2 snacks every day.
Fourth: You should not let yourself get ravenous. It's not good for you and can lead to many problems. So, refer to the third suggestion above.
If you need any more info, let me know.
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