Georgian Med News. 2023 Oct;(343):63-66.
An ovarian cyst is a common hormonal disorder that affects the ovaries in females of reproductive age. Environmental and genetic factors may contribute to the beginning of the disease, although the lack of a clear aetiology. Menstrual irregularities, increased hair growth, and acne are some of the most important signs. In order to control symptoms and prevent the development of chronic medical disorders, early identification is essential. The goal of this study was to assess fetuin-A levels and relationships in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) patients. The connection between fetuin-A and asprosin and several biochemical parameters, including fasting blood sugar, insulin, cholesterol, and triglycerides in women patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome. Ninety females were included in the trial; 60 individuals (females) were selected who were diagnosed with PCOS by a gynaecological specialist and ranged in age from 15 to 45. The result was a change in the ovulation-inducing hormones LH and FSH as well as an increase in the proteins fetuin-A and Asprosin. On the other hand, 30 individuals (all female) were used as a control group. Their ages were recorded as well as the fact that they did not have PCOS. For all groups, laboratory tests were done to determine the levels of fetuin-A, Asprosin, fasting blood sugar, Insulin, total cholesterol, and triglyceride. For parents and a control group, investigators performed an asprosin analysis, The findings of the comparison were statistically not significant (P value=0.115). performed a Fetuin-A analysis as well, the results were statistically highly significant with a P value of 0.0002 when compared to the outcomes of the two sick groups and the healthy controls.