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Does erectile dysfunction cause physical or psychological problem ?

Hello, how many erectile dysfunction problems have a physical cause and how many have a psychological one? are 80% physical and 20% psychological correct figures? In young men (20-30) what is the most common cause?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Jan 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
psychological cause is present in even physical 20-30 age group,stress,overwork,guilt,substance abuse,trauma are major causes.rarely hypertension and diabetes may occur at this age.
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General & Family Physician Dr. W. Scott Keigwin's  Response
doctors go back and forth with the percentages. In younger men, psychological causes are more likely then physical ones. I have seen plenty of physical problems as a cause in my practice. New onset diabetes, low testosterone, and high blood pressure are some of the causes I've seen. I'd recommend getting a full check up first and if everything is fine, addressing the emotional causes
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