Pelvic pain is any pain in the area of the pelvis, which is the lower part of the abdomen between the hip bones. There are so many other terminologies for Pelvic pain. It is also known as abnormal development of female secondary sexual characteristics. Pelvic pain is also termed as female acute pelvic pain, acute pain in female pelvis, acute pelvic pain female and chadwick’s sign.

In addition to these terms, there are also some others to show chronic pain such as chronic female pelvic pain, chronic pain in female pelvis, chronic pain in vagina, chronic pelvic pain of female, chronic pelvic pain female. Pain in vagina, pain of uterus, pain on movement of ovary, pain on movement of uterus, pelvic pain female, perineal pain, perineal pain female, round ligament pain in pregnancy, tenderness of female genitalia, vaginal discomfort, vaginal pain, vulva sore, vulval pain, vulvodynia, and vulvovaginal discomfort, all these are also different names for pelvic pain.

There are multiple causes of pelvic pain, some of the most common are menstrual cramps, ovarian cyst, endometriosis, and pelvic inflammatory disease. Most people describe the pain as a rising pain from the reproductive organs. Sensation of discomfort, distress, or agony in the abdominal region, generally associated with functional disorders, tissue injuries, or diseases.

Pelvic Pain Syndrome ICD 9,10 Codes

Abdomen is usually considered an area that extends from below your chest to your groin. Some people also call it the stomach. Your abdomen contains many other important organs other than stomach. If you have pain in the abdomen , then it can come from any organ that lies in abdominal area. The pain may start somewhere else, such as your chest.

Severe pain may not an indication of serious problem, similarly mild pain is not necessarily an indication of small problem. Mild or severe pain is not important, important is to take medical help. So consult your physician immediately if:
  • You have abdominal pain that is sudden and sharp
  • You also have pain in your chest, neck or shoulder
  • You're vomiting blood or have blood in your stool
  • Your abdomen is stiff, hard and tender to touch
  • You can't move your bowels, especially if you're also vomiting

Pelvic Pain ICD 9 Codes

  • Pelvic Pain Syndrome ICD 9 Code is 601.1
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain ICD 9 Code is 601.1
  • Acute Pelvic pain ICD 9 Code is 625.9
  • Male Pelvic Pain ICD 9 Codes are 625.9 and 789.00
  • Abdominal Pelvic Pain ICD 9 Codes are 625.9 and 789.00
  • Female Pelvic Pain ICD 9 Codes are 625.9 and 789.00
  • For Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy ICD 9 code 646.83/625.9 should be used
  • Postpartum Pelvic pain ICD 9 code is 646.83
  • ICD 9 code for Pelvic Pain with other abnormalities in the uterus 654.43 should be used

Pelvic Floor Pain ICD 9 Codes

  • 618.7 Old laceration of muscles of pelvic floor
  • 618.83 Pelvic muscle wasting
  • 625.5 Pelvic congestion syndrome
  • 634.00 Spontaneous abortion unspecified complicated by genital tract and pelvic infection

Pelvic Pain ICD 10 Codes

Here are some ICD 10 Codes that are generally used for pelvic pain. In this list you can also find female specified codes as well as male specified codes. These are some general:
  • K58.0 Irritable Bowel Syndrome with diarrhoea
  • K58.9 Irritable Bowel Syndrome without diarrhoea
  • K59.4 Proctalgia Fugax
  • K62.89 Rectal/anal pain
  • K66 Adhesions of abdominal wall and male pelvic adhesions
  • L90.5 Abdominal/wall post operative scarring
  • R10.9 Abdominal pain syndrome
  • R10.31 Lower abdominal pain Right
  • R10.32 Lower abdominal pain left
  • R23 Kidney/ureter pain
  • R30 Painful urination
  • N30.1 Interstitial Cystitis (chronic)
  • N31.9 Bladder dysfunction
  • F45.42 Psychogenic
  • G57.90 Ilio-inguinal neuralgia/ilio-hypogastric neuralgia
  • G60.9 peripheral neuropathy/nerve entrapment
  • M25.559 Hip/pelvic region joint
  • M53.3 Coccyx pain

Male Pelvic Pain Codes

  • 789.00-789.09Retroperitoneal pain/male pelvic pain syndrome/intra abdominal pain
  • N41.1 Chronic prostatitis
  • N50.9 Orchalgia/neuralgia scrotum/male genital pain

Female Pelvic Pain Codes

  • N73.1 Chronic PID (inc tuboovarian abscess)
  • N73.4 Female chronic pelvic peritonitis
  • N73.6 Female pelvic peritoneal adhesions: post infective
  • N 73.9 Female pelvic infection or inflammation NOS
  • N80.0 Endometriosis of Uterus
  • N80.1 Endometriosis of Ovary
  • N80.2 Endometriosis of Fallopian Tube
  • N80.3 Endometriosis of Pelvic Peritoneum
  • N80.4 Endometriosis rectovaginal septum and vagina
  • N80.5 Endometriosis of Intestine
  • N80.6 Endometriosis in cutaneous scar
  • N80.8 Other Endometriosis
  • N80.9 Endometriosis
  • N94.0 Mittelschmerz
  • N94.1 Dyspareunia
  • N94.2 Vaginismus
  • N94.3 Premenstrual tension
  • N94.4 Primary dysmenorrhoea
  • N94.5 Secondary dysmenorrhoea
  • N94.6 Dysmenorrhoea unspecified
  • N94.81 Vulvodynia
  • N94.810 Vulvar vestibulitis
  • N94.818 Other vulvodynia
  • N99.4 Post procedural pelvic peritoneal adhesions
  • 186.2 Pelvic varices
  • R10.2 Pelvic and perineal pain
  • R39.89 Female genital pain: pelvic pain syndrome/perineum/bladder pain

Non specific abdominal pain

  • A04.6 Enteritis due to Yersinia enterocolitica
  • E73.1 Secondary lactase deficiency
  • E73.8 Other lactose intolerance
  • E73.9 Lactose intolerance, unspecified

Abdominal Pain Chronic Conditions

  • K55.1 Chronic vascular disorders of intestine
  • K56.5 Intestinal adhesions [bands] with obstruction
  • K90.0 Coeliac disease
  • N34.3 Urethral syndrome, unspecified
  • E80.2 Other porphyria
  • K61.3 Ischiorectal abscess
  • K63.2 Fistula of intestine

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