A survey report, Live Well and Stay Healthy: Lifestyle is a Powerful Medicine on womens health conducted by Indian fitness tech company GOQii recently highlighted several health issues faced by Indian women. The report, based on a year-long study of 3,000 women in India suggests that 51 per cent of women deal with continuing health issues related to menstrual health including menstrual irregularities, urinary tract infection (UTI), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), fibroids etc as well as diabetes.Furthermore, as per the survey, while 1.2 per cent of women have infertility problems, 16.5 per cent of women experience menstruation problems in India. That said, 21.7 women said their old age was a contributing factor to infertility problems.When it comes to one of the most common menstrual health issues PCOS, 41.7 per cent of women have had the syndrome for more than five years, while a whopping 63.3 per cent of women have irregular menstrual periods due to PCOS.The study, however, brought to light another grave health issue common amongst Indian women- endometriosis. As per the report by GOQii, 57.1 per cent of women who were a part of the survey had experienced endometriosis for one to five years. 14.3 per cent of women had experienced endometriosis for less than one year, five to ten years and more than ten years respectively. Endometriosis, a condition where cells similar to that of the uterus lining grow outside of the uterus, often causes great discomfort and menstrual pain, along with irregular periods and infertility issues.Want to know more about endometriosis? Click hereAccording to the CEO of GOQii Vishal Gondal, women tend to disregard their health owing to daily life and in an attempt to balance work, family and home responsibilities. Much like the report concludes, he points out that lifestyle changes can help improve womens health conditions.Image used for representational purposes only.