Complete list of current erectile dysfunction statistics
There is no way that a “complete list” of ED statistics could be presented here or in any other forum with limited space. And “complete list” would seem to imply data from every conceivable health and medical authority across the globe. What we can give you is the data developed from one of the most exhaustive ED studies ever undertaken in the United States.
This study was published in a 2006 issue of “Archives of Internal Medicine” and based its findings on ED-related questions that were posed to 3,566 men who were 20 years or older. It found that ED affects roughly one in every five men over the age of 20 but had a somewhat higher overall rate among Hispanic men. The incidence of ED increased sharply among elderly men, affecting 77.5 percent of those who were 75 or older.
Based on the data collection in this study, the risk of ED increased significantly among men who had one of the following pre-existing conditions: diabetes, obesity, current smoking, and high blood pressure.