PCOS varies in severity. Some women can manage their condition through lifestyle changes like low-carb diet and exercise, some women need only moderate interventions like Clomid, and others have more severe cases that necessitate IVF or possibly even surrogacy. There's a pretty wide range in how the condition can affect you.
Whenever you do decide to start actively TTC, I'd suggest working with a fertility specialist from the start. You don't have to do the standard trying for 1 year when you have a condition known to affect fertility, a RE will start working with you right away. And you may still be able to get pregnant naturally. But by working with an RE from the beginning, you won't risk wasting years on TTC trying a bunch of things that don't work, and if your partner also happens to have MFI you can address that from the get-go.