PD CAUSES ED
Inflamed gums causes erectile dysfunction (ED) in men in their thirties. The dysfunction is brought on by severe periodontal disease (PD) caused predominantly by bacteria occurring with inflammation of the gums. Men with PD are three times more likely to suffer from erection problems, according to a new study which showed that 53 per cent of the men with erectile dysfunction had inflamed gums. Other physical factors that cause ED are problems with the blood vessels and psychological issues like stress and depression.