At what age do men suffer vascular erectile dysfunction?

Varies. This varies dramatically with other signs of vascular illness. It is certainly possible to have erectile dysfunction in the 30s and 40s. Cigarrette smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood pressure medication, peripheral vascular disease and heart disease can all hasten the onset of organic erectile dysfunction.
Varies. Since erectile dysfunction is typically atherosclertic in nature, it follow the timeline for atherosclerosis. Therefore, diabeic smokes with vascular disase can manifest at any age.
50 or so. Usually starts at age 50 and progresses espcially if underlying disease like diabetes or vascular diseases are progressing.