ED can signal bigger health issues, like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, or nerve damage. It's not just a bedroom concern; it could be a red flag for more significant health risks such as higher risk of developing cardiovascular problems or other complications, so pay attention. 
ED can have both physical and psychological causes, and sometimes a mix of both. Sometimes, ED might also be tied to medications such as antidepressants, antihistamines, or blood pressure drugs. It's a complex interplay!
ED can be treated effectively with various options, depending on the cause and preference of the patient. The most common treatment for ED is oral medication, and the other treatments include injections, vacuum devices, or even lifestyle changes can also help prevent or improve ED.
ED is a medical condition, not a reflection of your feelings or loyalty towards your partner, and it is not a sign that you are gay or bisexual. It has nothing to do with your sexual orientation or preference.