I'm so sorry you're feeling blue right now.
I can understand what you're going through as I too have PCOS and was diagnosed after suffering the symptoms for a very long time without knowing what was going on...thought I was losing my mind! There are several support groups that are operated and staffed by women who also have PCOS. You may want to look at the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association website
. It has excellent information and very helpful members. Also, I don't know if you're on Ravelry yet, but there is a PCOS group on there as well and the women there are wonderful
as well. And don't be too hard on yourself or your DH. You've just found out you have a chronic condition and that alone can be a big blow because you know it's going to affect your life; however, and trust me on this, it is definitely
manageable. Get to a Endocrinologist who specializes in PCOS or at least has a lot of experience with it...that will make a world of difference in your life and your outlook...and join a support group so you can talk to others who have it. Others with the condition can truly understand
the psychological side of having this condition...what the symptoms can do to your sense of self as a woman. Also, I'm sure your DH is trying like heck to understand but there's no way he can really "know" what you're going thru. Just think if he had ED...you could sympathize, but there's no way you could empathize with what he would be going through with a condition that strikes at the heart of his identity as a man.
If you'd like to talk, feel free to PM me...I'd like to have a new friend!