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Risk factors of Erectile Dysfunction



Risk factors of Erectile Dysfunction
According to the National Institutes of Health, erectile dysfunction is also a symptom in many disorders and diseases. Direct risk factors for erectile dysfunction may include the following:
Type 2 diabetes
Hypertension (high blood pressure)

Prostate Problems

Depression

Alcohol ingestion

Lack of sexual knowledge

Poor sexual techniques

Inadequate interpersonal
relationships

High levels of blood cholesterol

Smoking, which accentuates the
effects of other risk factors such
as vascular disease or
hypertension

Hypogonadism in association with
a number of endocrinological
conditions

Vascular disease and vascular
surgery

Low levels of HDL (high-density
lipoprotein)

Drugs

Neurogenic Disorders

Peyronie's Disease (distortion or
curvature of the penis)

Priapism (inflammation of the
penis)

Many chronic diseases, especially
renal failure and dialysis

Age appears to be a strong indirect risk factor in that it is associated with increased likelihood of direct risk factors, some of which are listed above.
It is estimated that nearly 5 percent of men become impotent by the age of 40, and 15 to 25 percent by the age of 65. Accurate risk factor identification and characterization are essential for prevention or treatment of erectile dysfunction.