So sorry to hear the Clomid cycle didn't work out this time. I'm 29, have pcos and am also trying to get pregnant. If I remember correctly you can actually go up to higher doses of Clomid than 150mg. I had 8 cycles of Clomid combined with progesterone injections but unfortunately no results. Like you I never ovulated on it and my progesterone only measured .1, even with the supplements. Of course your doctor will know what's best in your particular situation, but you might want to ask about being put on metformin. It lowers insulin resistance in pcos women but has also been found to be beneficial for some dealing with difficulty conceiving. You might also want to ask about switching from Clomid to a drug called Letrozole (generic name femara). This works in basically the same way as Clomid by stimulating ovulation, but it is thought to be more effective than Clomid for women who have pcos. I've never tried acupuncture, but you'll find several women on these boards who feel it's beneficial, I'm interested in trying it. Your doctor should up your dosage of Clomid until you reach the maximum recommended, if you still have no results it will be time to consider other fertility meds. I had 8 cycles of Clomid, but in general 6 are what most women take before moving on. I also feel betrayed by my body but there are all sorts of medicines out there besides Clomid that can help you conceive, so please don't lose hope! Best of luck to you, keep us posted on your progress.