This article outlines the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and ICD 10 CM code for Weight Gain.
Weight Gain ICD 10 Causes
Weight Gain ICD 10 can be reported if a patient has gained unintentional weight. It may be that the thyroid gland (the small butterfly-shaped gland in the neck) has stopped producing enough hormones.
It can make the hair thinner, dry out the skin and make the patient feel cold, tired, constipated and depressed. People with mood disorders may have high levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which can cause fat to accumulate in the abdomen. A simple blood test can confirm that the hormone levels are low and artificial hormones can help to make the patient feel better. Weight gain ICD 10 – and even obesity – has potential physical side effects. Certain medications may be used to treat such conditions. People who close their eyes less than 6 hours a night tend to have more body fat. About 8 hours is the sweet spot to save weight. Lack of sleep confuses with hormones that signal hunger, and makes you crave foods laden with fat and sugar. It also causes your body to produce too much of the hormones cortisol and insulin that can add pounds. Fewer hormones are not the only cause, however. Menopausal oestrogen can put more fat on the abdomen.
Hot flushes, sleep problems and mood swings have been linked to a woman’s end of fertility through a healthy diet and exercise. The doctor may suggest ways to help the patient with the symptoms. If the patients adrenal glands produce too much cortisol, it adds fat to your abdomen and the base of your neck. It also helps to keep your blood pressure and blood sugar in a healthy range.
Too many male androgen hormones can cause weight gain ICD 10. The doctor can help balance this out by replacing hormones. If the patient gains weight, he or she may be sensitive to insulin, a hormone that helps the body convert blood glucose into energy.
Sleep apnea can make liver problems, heart failure and high blood pressure more likely. The obese or overweight of being one of the causes of sleep apnea is another cause but it can also be a symptom.
Weight Gain ICD 10 Symptoms
The symptoms of Weight Gain ICD 10 are very obvious. The most obvious symptom is an extra pound in the waist. But blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol and body fat can also be unhealthy. Symptoms associated with unintentional weight gain ICD 10 can include abdominal pain, pain and bloating. There may also be visible swelling of the abdomen or other parts of the body, including the extremities (arms, legs, feet and hands). Symptoms of unintentional weight gain ICD 10 can vary from person to person, depending on the cause. If the weight gain ICD 10 is accompanied by symptoms, they may indicate a more serious condition.
The patient can have swollen feet and ankles, fast pulse, heavy breathing, high blood pressure, memory loss or confusion. It could also be that the heart is not pumping hard enough. Sudden weight gain of 2 to 3 pounds a day, or more than 5 pounds a week, could mean it gets worse.
Weight Gain ICD 10 Diagnosis
Diagnosing Weight Gain ICD 10 can be done by asking several questions about the symptoms, lifestyle and medical history. He or she can take blood samples to check hormone levels, kidney function, liver function and other health indicators that may indicate a medical problem. Imaging examinations such as ultrasound, X-rays, MRI and CT may also be necessary.
Weight Gain ICD 10 Treatment
Weight Gain ICD 10 can be treated by the doctor. The doctor can help a patient cope with changes in diet, exercise, medicine and in rare cases surgery to weight loss. Depending on the type, diabetes can be treated with a mixture of diet and exercise, insulin and medication.
You might be tempted to eat more to prevent low blood sugar levels during treatment. Insulin helps the body use energy more efficiently. But it also makes it easier for the body to store energy, which can lead to weight gain ICD 10. Talk to your doctor about how to balance the best diet, exercise, insulin and medication to manage weight and diabetes. Your doctor may call them corticosteroids. They can also be used to treat asthma, some types of arthritis and other conditions.
There are several ways to treat unintentional weight gain ICD 10. The best treatment depends on the cause of the unintended weight gain ICD 10.
Hormonal imbalances can cause the doctor to prescribe medications to balance the hormone levels. These medications depend on which hormones are affected. In the long term, these drugs may be the most commonly used. Hormone imbalances can cause the doctor to prescribe medications that balance the hormone levels. This depends on which hormone is affected.
The doctor may recommend alternative treatments if the medication the patient is taking is causing problems, In the long term, no drugs should be used for everything.
ICD 10 CM Code For Weight Gain
ICD 10 CM R63.5 Abnormal weigh gain
- Excessive weight gain in pregnancy – instead use code O26.0
- Obesity – instead use code E66