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    <span style=”vertical-align: inherit;”><span style=”vertical-align: inherit;”>Physical and mental issues can cause erectile dysfunction (ED) in young men. Medical problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, hormonal imbalances, or neurological disorders can make ED worse. Some lifestyle choices, like drinking too much alcohol, using drugs, smoking, having a bad diet, being overweight, or not exercising enough, can also affect erection performance. Additionally, ED can be caused by side effects of medications or accidents in the pelvic area. Mental health issues like performance anxiety, worry, depression, relationship problems, traumatic experiences in the past, or low self-esteem can affect sexual desire and function. Persons in their 20s who are having ED should talk to a medical professional to find out what’s causing it and what treatment options are available. In many cases, changing your lifestyle and addressing both physical and mental issues can help improve your ability to get and keep an erection.</span></span>

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