Context: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrinological disorder in women, with lifetime prevalence of 5-15%. It’s associated with increased prevalence of overweight and obesity but also with higher level of anxiety and depressive symptoms. Binge eating disorder is one of the commonest eating disorder which affects about 5% of women and is strongly associated with obesity. Objective: To determine the prevalence of binge eating disorder in women with polycystic ovary syndrome and it’s correlation to body mass index, anxiety and depressive symptoms. Methods: Participants completed Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and a survey based on DSM-5 criteria for binge eating disorder. Patients: Women with PCOS (Rotterdam criteria, N=80). Main Outcome Measures: HADS scores, prevalence of binge eating disorder (BED). Results: The study included obese (N = 22), overweight (N = 22) and lean (N = 36) women with PCOS. 43,75% (N=35) of them were categorised with BED. Among obese women 73% (N=16) were categorised with BED, among overweight women 50% (N=11) and among lean women 22% (N=8). In PCOS women with BED the mean anxiety score and depression score were higher in comparison to PCOS women without BED (12,2 vs. 8,7 and 7,4 vs.3,8) and independent from body mass index. Conclusions: Women with PCOS are at increased risk of binge eating disorder, especially those with increased anxiety symptoms. Women with PCOS should be interviewed for binge eating disorder as a routine, independently from a body mass index.