Dysuria ICD 10

(2022) How To Code Dysuria ICD 10 – List With Codes & Guidelines

Are you looking for Dysuria ICD 10 & 11 codes? This article includes all medical codes you will need to report dysuria. Read on for a summary of the necessary ICD 10 and 11 codes, followed by a further description.

How To Code Dysuria ICD 10 & 11

Dysuria in ICD 10 is coded as R30

To select the Dysuria code in the ICD 10 book, you must follow the following steps.

It is located in chapter xviii, which codes for symptoms, signs, and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings not elsewhere classified. having codes ranging from R00-R99.

Then select the group, symptoms, and signs involving the genitourinary system with code R30-R39

Pain associated with micturition is in the block coded as R30

The subcategories under this include:

  • Dysuria R30.0
  • Vesical tenesmus R30.1
  • Painful micturition unspecified R30.9

In the International Classification of Diseases for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics, 11th revision (ICD 11), dysuria is coded as MF50.7.

What Is Dysuria?

Dysuria is the medical term used for painful micturition. Dysuria is defined as the sensation of pain (which could be burning, stinging, or itching) in the urethra during urination.

 It occurs as a result of inflammation of the urethra. It is a common symptom of the genitourinary tract. Its etiology could be due to infectious or non-infectious causes. Infectious causes include urinary tract infections, prostatitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, epididymitis, e.t.c. Non-infectious causes include urethral stricture, urethral stones and side effects of certain drugs, and chemical sensitivity. 

The treatment depends on its cause. For example, antibiotics can be given in the case of bacterial infection, and relief of obstruction can be done in the case of urethral obstruction. 

Dysuria ICD 10

Dysuria ICD 10 is coded as R30.0; it is a billable code used to specify the diagnosis of dysuria.

The 2022 edition of ICD 10 code R30.0 became effective on October 1, 2021.

ICD 10 Code For Dysuria Unspecified

ICD 10 code for dysuria unspecified is coded as R30.9, a billable code used to specify the diagnosis of unspecified painful urination. 

They can be located in chapter xviii symptoms, signs, and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings not elsewhere classified. having codes ranging from R00-R99.

Chronic Dysuria

In the ICD 10 Coding book, select chapter XIV N00-N99 which code for Diseases of the genitourinary system, select the group N30-N39, which codes Other diseases of the urinary system; in this group is the subcategory N39 which code for other disorders of the urinary system. 

N39.8 is the code for other specified disorders of the urinary tract. 

ICD 10 does not have a specific code for Chronic painful urination; hence, dysuria generally is coded as R30.0.

Acute New Onset Dysuria ICD 10

ICD 10 does not have a specific code for acute new onset painful urination. Hence, the code R30.0 can be used to indicate acute new-onset dysuria.

Dysuria And Nausea ICD 10 Code

For patients presenting with any signs/symptoms (such as nausea, etc.) and where a diagnosis has not been made, assign the appropriate code(s) for each of the presenting signs and symptoms. 

In this case, R30.0 for Dysuria and R11.0 for nausea. 

Code for nausea can be found in chapter xviii, which codes for Symptoms, signs, and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings (not elsewhere classified) and coded as R00-R99, and then selecting R10-R19 which is the code for Symptoms and signs involving the digestive system and abdomen.

Dysuria Due To Radiation Treatment ICD 10

The ICD 10 code for irradiation cystitis without hematuria is N30.40, while irradiation cystitis with hematuria is N30.41.

Dysuria Glycosuria ICD 10

If a patient presents with dysuria and glycosuria, these symptoms will be coded accordingly. 

R81 is a billable code to specify glycosuria. At the same time, R30.0 is the code for dysuria.

Hematuria Dysuria ICD 10

Hematuria Dysuria ICD 10 is coded as R31 in the ICD 10 book

The subcategories under it include:

  • Gross hematuria R31.0
  • Benign essential microscopic hematuria R31.1
  • Asymptomatic microscopic hematuria R31.21
  • Other microscopic hematuria R31.29
  • Hematuria unspecified R31.9

If a patient presents with dysuria and hematuria, it is coded accordingly with R30.0 as the code for dysuria. 

ICD 10 Anxiety Dysuria

ICD 10 anxiety dysuria may be coded as Dysuria Cause Undetermined, R30.9

ICD 10 Code For Dysuria Transurethral Biopsy Of The Bladder

ICD 10 code for dysuria transurethral biopsy of bladder is R30.0.

ICD 10 PCS  code 0T9B7ZX is the code for transurethral biopsy of the bladder. At the same time, R30.0 is the code for dysuria.

ICD 10 Code For Psychophysiological Dysuria

ICD 10 code for psychological dysuria is F45.8; it is a billable diagnosis code used to specify a medical diagnosis of other ‘Somatoform’ disorders psychogenic disturbances. This category includes psychogenic dysuria.

ICD 10 Codes Dysuria And Urinary Incontinence

ICD 10 Codes Dysuria And Urinary Incontinence is coded as N39-.

This is located in chapter XIV (disease of the genitourinary system), which is coded N00-N99. 

Under the block, other diseases of the urinary system coded N30-N39. Selecting the category of other disorders of the urinary system N39. Will give the classification of incontinence. This includes:

  • Stress incontinence N39.3
  • Urge incontinence N39.41
  • Incontinence without sensory awareness N39.42
  • Post void dribbling N39.43
  • Nocturnal enuresis N39.44
  • Continuous leakage N39.45
  • Mixed incontinence N39.46
  • Overflow incontinence N39.490
  • Coital incontinence N39.491
  • Postural incontinence N39.492
  • Other specified urinary incontinence N39.498

ICD 10 Personal History Of Dysuria

ICD 10 personal history of dysuria is coded as Z87.448 it is the code for personal history of other urinary system diseases. The following steps can select. 

Z00-Z99 chapter XXI codes for Factors influencing health status and contact with health services. 

Then select the block Z77-Z99, which codes Persons with potential health hazards related to family and personal history and certain conditions influencing health status, and the category Z87 Personal history of other diseases and conditions. Under which there is:

  •  Z87.4 for Personal history of diseases of the genitourinary system and then, 
  • Z87.44 Personal history of diseases of the urinary system. 

ICD 10 Recurrent Dysuria

There is no specific code for recurrent Dysuria, as the general code for this area which is R30.0.

ICD 10 Acute Dysuria

The ICD 10 Acute Dysuria code can be found following these steps.

In the ICD 10 Coding book, select chapter XIV N00-N99 which codes for Diseases of the genitourinary system, select the group N30-N39 which codes Other diseases of the urinary system; in this group is the subcategory N39 which code for other disorders of the urinary system. 

N39.8 is the code for other specified disorders of the urinary tract. 

There is not a specific code for acute dysuria; hence, dysuria generally is coded as R30.0

Intermittent Dysuria ICD 10

Intermittent Dysuria ICD 10 is coded as R30.0.

How To Code Dysuria In Pregnancy ICD 10 & 11

Dysuria is a common symptom of cystitis (a form of urinary tract infection). Pregnancy causes numerous changes in the woman’s body that increase urinary tract infections (UTIs). In addition, hormonal and mechanical changes during pregnancy can promote urinary stasis and vesicoureteral reflux, thereby increasing the chance of having a urinary tract infection.  

Dysuria In Pregnancy ICD 10

O23.40 codes for unspecified urinary tract infection in pregnancy in an unspecified trimester. This can be found in 

Chapter XV, which codes for pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium coded O00-O9A And selecting the block other maternal disorders predominantly related to pregnancy coded O20-O29, it is under the category infections of the genitourinary tract in pregnancy coded O23.

This is also the code for dysuria complicating pregnancy. 

Dysuria ICD 11

Dysuria ICD 11 is coded as follows: 

Under chapter 21, Symptoms, signs, or clinical findings, not elsewhere classified, select.

The genitourinary system’s symptoms, signs, or clinical findings are coded as (MF30-MG0Y). Then select Symptoms, signs, or clinical findings involving the urinary system coded as (MF50-MF5Y)  with MF50 Coding for Abnormal micturition and MF50.7 coding for dysuria.

Dysuria In Pregnancy ICD 11

Dysuria In Pregnancy ICD 11 is coded as JA62.Z for unspecified urinary tract infection in pregnancy (unspecified trimester). 

How To Code Psychogenic Dysuria ICD 10 & 11

Dysuria can result from an infection of the urinary tract, malformations of the genitourinary tract, neoplasms, neurogenic conditions, trauma, hormonal conditions, interstitial cystitis, and psychogenic disorders. Dysuria, which occurs due to psychogenic disturbances, is referred to as psychogenic dysuria, and no organic cause can be demonstrated for psychogenic dysuria. 

Psychogenic Dysuria ICD 10

Psychogenic Dysuria ICD 10 is F45.8, a billable diagnosis code used to specify a medical diagnosis of other Somatoform disorders, that is, psychogenic disturbances. This category includes psychogenic dysuria. 

How To Code Dysuria Frequency Syndrome ICD 10 & 11

Dysuria frequency syndrome is also called urethral syndrome. It is characterized by urinary frequency, dysuria, and suprapubic discomfort without finding urological abnormalities.

It is more common in women, with symptoms worse during the daytime and partially relieved by voiding. 

Symptoms of dysuria frequency syndrome usually improve slowly as the patient ages, but they may persist for a long time. The cause is typically unknown, and treatment is done to relieve symptoms and comorbidity. 

Dysuria Frequency Syndrome ICD 10 

Dysuria frequency syndrome ICD 10 is coded as N34.3, a billable ICD 10 CM code used to specify the diagnosis of urethral syndrome. It can be found by following these steps; This is located in chapter XIV (disease of the genitourinary system), coded N00-N99

Under the block of other diseases of the urinary system coded N30-N39, select the group urethritis and urethral syndrome coded N34 and selecting N34.3, which is for the urethral syndrome. 

Dysuria Frequency Syndrome ICD 11

Dysuria Frequency Syndrome ICD 11 is coded as follows:

Urethritis and urethral syndrome unspecified is coded GC02.Z in the ICD 11. It can be found in chapter 16, which is a disease of the genitourinary system, under block disease of the urinary system coded GB4, and selecting the blockL2 certain specified disease of the urinary system coded GC0 and code group GC02, which is for urethritis and urethral syndrome. 

How To Code Dysuria With Hematuria ICD 10 & 11

The following information will help you apprehend how to code dysuria with haematuria ICD 10 & 11.

What Is Dysuria With Haematuria?

Hematuria is the presence of blood in the urine. This can be macroscopic or microscopic, and it may occur in conjunction with dysuria. 

If a patient presents with a combination of signs and symptoms, each is coded accordingly. 

Dysuria With Hematuria ICD 10

 Dysuria With Hematuria ICD 10 is coded as R30.0, while hematuria is coded as R31. 

Dysuria With Hematuria ICD 11

In ICD 11, MF50.7 is the code for dysuria, while hematuria is coded as M50.4.  

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