“Association of E-Cigarettes With Erectile Dysfunction: The Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health is the first population-based study reporting the association between electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) use and erectile dysfunction (ED). Approximately 1 in 6 adult men in the U.S. reported suffering from moderate-to-severe erectile dysfunction, which is consistent with the findings of previous studies.4 Current ENDS use was associated with higher odds of ED among U.S. adults, adjusting for age, other risk factors, and CVD history overall and also when evaluating the association among adult men aged 20–65 years with no history of CVD. In addition, daily ENDS use was significantly associated with higher odds for ED in all adjusted models in this study, whereas current ENDS users who are also former smokers seemed to consistently experience a higher risk of ED.”
More on Association of E-Cigarettes With Erectile Dysfunction: The Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study via American Journal of Preventive Medicine
Additional data on the topic may be found here on Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) via NIH.