This article will outline the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and the ICD 10 CM code for Epididymitis.
Epididymitis ICD 10 Causes
Epididymitis ICD 10 can cause sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia and gonorrhea. Young men under 35 are more likely to do so. If tests show that epididymis are the cause of an STI, it is recommended to test all current or current sexual partners for STIs.
It is caused by a urinary tract infection (UTI), and UTIs are more common in men. They are more likely to occur in patients with an enlarged prostate, a urinary catheter operation in the groin or a prostate near the bladder.
Epididymitis ICD 10 Symptoms
Epididymitis ICD 10 symptoms can be mild to severe. A cause can be found early and / or later.
They can occur within a few minutes of training or after completion of training. Motion-induced asthma can occur immediately after the break. Symptoms can improve after a 30-minute break. It can return within 12 hours of completion of the exercise.
Symptoms of asthma caused by exercise can include coughing or running while exercising. This is known as late-stage symptoms. It can take days for symptoms to disappear.
Epididymitis ICD 10 Diagnosis
The doctor will perform a physical exam to determine Epididymitis ICD 10. He or she will look for swelling of the testicles, swelling of lymph nodes in the groin and abnormal discharge from the penis.
After discharge, the doctor will take samples with cotton swabs to test for venereal disease. An imaging test is performed to rule out other conditions. The doctor will perform the following tests and procedures: a rectal examination to determine whether an enlarged prostate is caused by STI, blood tests such as CBC, and a complete blood count to determine if there is an infection in the system. Urine samples will indicate if the patient has a urinary tract infection or STI.
Doctors can also arrange a testicular ultrasound to map the testicles and surrounding tissue in the scrotum. These tests provide detailed images that allow doctors to see all the structures in the body.
Epididymitis ICD 10 Treatment
Epididymitis ICD 10 is caused by bacteria and can be treated with antibiotics:
- Doxycycline ( Oraceam monodox, Cipro)
- Levofloxacin ( levaquin)
- Trimethoprim (sulfamethoxazole, Bactrim)
- These antibiotics should be taken daily for 1 to 2 weeks.
- Men with epididymis can relieve their symptoms by resting the raised scrotum, applying ice packs to the affected area, drinking water and taking anti-inflammatory medications for pain.
ICD 10 Code For Epididymitis
ICD 10 CM N45.1 Epididymitis