ICD-10-CM Codes for Diabetes Mellitus Symptoms

November 14, 2022  by  Allzone MS   244

ICD-10-CM Codes for Symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus

In 1991, International Diabetes Federation (IDF) & World Health Organization (WHO) combine to create World Diabetes Day (WDD) on November 14 and we take this day to spread awareness and education on Diabetes, a chronic disease where pancreas won’t produce enough insulin which leads to serious health issues.

ICD-10-CM-Codes-for-Symptoms-of-Diabetes-Mellitus

Many physician and health providers will struggle to reimburse the code for respective symptoms & signs. In order to support them, below we have symptoms and signs of Diabetes with respected ICD-10-CM codes.

Know more as follows,

H53.8 – Blurry Vision

It’s a billable ICD-10-CM Code used for diagnosis of visual disturbances especially for blurred vision, hazy vision, Visual acuity problems etc. It is listed by WHO under Eye Diseases and Adnexa. This code for reimbursement purpose

R42 – Dizziness & Giddiness

It’s a billable ICD-10-CM Code used for diagnosis of Dizziness & Giddiness. This code is applicable for reimbursement purpose

R63.2 – Always Hungry (Polyphagia)

It’s a billable ICD-10-CM Code used for diagnosis Polyphagia. WHO listed it as a symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings. This code for reimbursement purpose

R20.2 – Tingling in hands and feet (Paresthesia)

It’s a billable ICD-10-CM Code used for diagnosis Paresthesia . WHO listed it as a symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings.This code for reimbursement purpose

R63.1 – Excessive Thirst (Polydipsia)

It’s a billable ICD-10-CM Code used for diagnosis Polydipsia. This code used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes.

R53.83 – Fatigue

It’s a billable ICD-10-CM Code used for Other fatigue. Drowsiness and unusual energy lose and mental illness are the condition marked for this code.  This code used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes.

R63.4 – Weight Loss

It’s a billable ICD-10-CM Code used for abnormal weight loss. WHO listed it as a symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings. This code used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes.

R51.9 – Headache (Unspecified)

This is diagnose code for Headache and its most common pain found in humans

 R35.0 – Frequent Urination

It’s a billable ICD-10-CM Code used for Frequency of micturition. WHO listed it as a symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings? This code used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes.

Diabetes is all about insulin levels and sugar levels and what you put in your body. Go Sugar Free, go diabetes free!! Best wishes on World Diabetes Day from Allzone Management Services Inc.