Quoting ~Ice Princess~:" So I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow because I haven't had a period since August 29th (139 days) ... [snip!] ... not sure where to start. Anyone else deal with this? What did you do? For the above drugs, has anyone had success quickly??"
Have they done a complete PCOS work up on you? If not you should demand a complete
PCOS work up and go from there. That's a whole panel of blood tests and an ultrasound. This should be the first thing addressed regardless of fertility because it is a general health issue. It concerns me that you have been diagnosed for it but not treated. If your doctor doesn't seem knowledgeable about PCOS or seems reluctant to test for it, find a new one. Unfortunately far too many OBs and family practitioners are simply uneducated about the health risks associated with PCOS.
Included with your PCOS work up should be a 3 hour glucose tolerance test to find if you are insulin resistant. If you're not, metformin won't do anything for you in TTC. If all the other stuff comes back negative for PCOS, demand that other tests be run to find out why your periods are not regular. Honestly from your past posts I'm thinking you probably should see an endocrinologist.
But the bottom line here is TTC. You want to make sure you have the right diagnosis so you can be treated for it the right way, and not ignoring some other underlying issue that prevents you from conceiving. Metformin + Clomid have been successful for many, many women with PCOS.