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Heart disease

  • The most common physical causes of erection problems (EPs) are to do with the health of your heart and blood vessels and the related issue of high blood pressure
  • Heart disease – what doctors call cardiovascular disease – can lead to the build-up of fatty deposits in the blood vessels in the penis, which narrows and damages them. Erections are then less easily achieved, or might be less firm than before, because less blood is able to flow into the penis
  • In some cases EPs can be a warning sign of a physical condition such as cardiovascular disease

High blood pressure

  • Over time high blood pressure – also called hypertension – damages the lining of the blood vessels, including those in the penis
  • As the blood vessels fail to open up the flow of blood is restricted, which can have a long-lasting impact on erections

High cholesterol

  • High levels of cholesterol can clog up blood vessels. This might prevent blood flow to the penis so there isn’t enough for an erection to happen


  • Men with diabetes are at high risk of developing erection problems
  • People with diabetes can’t make or properly process the hormone insulin, which results in too much sugar (glucose) in their blood. High blood glucose levels can damage nerves and blood vessels, including those involved in erections


  • Being overweight or obese can increase your risk of developing high blood pressure and narrowing of the arteries, which can lead to heart disease. In turn, blood flow to the penis may be impaired, which can affect the ability to get an erection

VIAC-2023-0379 October 2023