Men and Smoking

EDmenSex – The undisclosed side effect Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is increasing as a recognised medical problem.

ED is mainly caused by blood flow problems within the penis itself. ED is found more commonly in men who have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity and diabetes. Excessive alcohol intake and smoking also contribute.

Smoking is increasingly recognised as a factor in a number of studies. Smoking increases the risk of erectile dysfunction by around 50% for men in their 30’s and 40’s.

Worldwide, 152 million men are estimated to have some degree of erectile dysfunction, with prevalence growing to 322 million in 2025 around one million men in Australia are affected.


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  • A study by the Australasian society of impotence Medicine conducted in 1999, found that 30% of men believe erectile dysfunction harmed their relationship.

    The Massachusetts Male Ageing Study in 1987 initially documented smoking as a factor as did the 1996 Perth study by the Keogh Institute. Young men who smoke will not appreciate the connection between ED and smoking, as it usually present in the older man with the other risk factors.

    It is appropriate to improve warnings about the potential effect of smoking on sexual function. This may alert younger smokers to a previously undisclosed and certainly unwanted side effect. (source: Michael P Lowy, Sexual Health Physician Australian Centre of Sexual Health, Sydney).


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