Table 1—

Baseline clinical and sociodemographic characteristics of 110 men with ED participating in the ExCEED database

CharacteristicOverallDiabeticNondiabeticP
n1102090
Ethnic origin0.665
 White102 (93)19 (95)83 (92)
 African-American8 (7)1 (5)7 (8)
Educational level0.472
 High school diploma/GED or less22 (20)6 (30)16 (18)
 Four-year degree or some college49 (45)9 (45)40 (44)
 Graduate degree/some post-college29 (26)4 (20)25 (28)
Household income0.021
 $0–30,00019 (17)7 (35)12 (13)
 $30,001–75,00051 (46)10 (50)41 (45)
 More than $75,00033 (30)2 (10)31 (34)
Relationship status0.362
 Married85 (77)17 (85)68 (76)
 Not married25 (23)3 (15)22 (24)
Number of sex partners0.768
 No partners5 (5)1 (5)4 (4)
 Single partner103 (94)19 (95)84 (93)
 Multiple partners1 (1)0 (0)1 (1)
Patient evaluation of ED severity0.433
 Mild7 (6)0 (0)7 (8)
 Moderate32 (29)6 (30)26 (29)
 Severe71 (65)14 (70)57 (63)
Onset of ED0.247
 Within past 3 months8 (7)0 (0)8 (9)
 3–12 months26 (24)3 (15)23 (26)
 More than 12 months74 (67)17 (85)57 (63)
 Problematic since first sexually active2 (2)0 (0)2 (2)
Frequency of ED0.092
 Episodic4 (4)0 (0)4 (4)
 Intermittent14 (13)0 (0)14 (16)
 Always92 (84)20 (100)72 (80)
Currently or previously used ED therapy33 (30)6 (30)27 (30)0.999
  • Data are n (%) unless otherwise indicated.