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Research Article

Association of Androgen Excess with Glucose Intolerance in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Table 3

Anthropometric and clinical characteristics of women with PCOS according to tertiles of FAI.

FAI < 3.773.77 ≤ FAI < 7.44FAI ≥ 7.44

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Age, 29.0 ± 4.827.9 ± 4.427.0 ± 4.0.007
BMI, kg/m228.6 ± 5.329.7 ± 4.630.8 ± 5.0.011
Waist circumference, cm88.4 ± 16.691.0 ± 13.095.5 ± 13.60.055
Waist-to-hip ratio0.88 ± 0.090.89 ± 0.070.91 ± 0.070.276
HbA1c, %5.3 (5.0–5.5)5.4 (5.1–5.6)5.5 0.045
Fasting glucose, mmol/L5.1 ± 0.65.2 ± 0.75.3 ± 0.80.069
30 min glucose, mmol/L8.2 ± 1.38.7 ± 1.49.1 ± 1.<0.001
1 h glucose, mmol/L8.7 ± 2.19.0 ± 2.310.0 ± 2.0.001
2 h glucose, mmol/L7.4 ± 2.07.6 ± 2.08.2 ± 2.0.029
Fasting insulin, uIU/mL15.2 (9.0–20.9)19.6 24.9 <0.001
30 min insulin, uIU/mL106.9 (70.2–159.0)125.0 (87.9–175.6)153.7 0.001
1 h insulin, uIU/mL105.6 (76.1–151.8)137.3 186.7 <0.001
2 h insulin, uIU/mL99.2 (70.8–166.6)115.4 (76.2–208.0)171.2 0.001
Glucose intolerance, %31 (31.3)37 (37.8)52 0.006

PCOS, polycystic ovary syndrome; FAI, free androgen index; BMI, body mass index. Data are presented as mean ± SD, median (25th–75th interquartile range), or (%). versus FAI < 3.77 group; versus 3.77 ≤ FAI < 7.44 group.