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ICD 10 Codes Commonly Used With Women's Health

N00-N99 Diseases of the Genitourinary System

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N00-N08 Glomerular diseases
N10-N16 Renal tubulo-interstitial diseases
N17-N19 Renal failure
N20-N23 Urolithiasis
N25-N29 Other disorders of kidney and ureter
N30-N39 Other diseases of urinary system
N60-N64 Disorders of breast
N70-N77 Inflammatory diseases of female pelvic organs
N80-N98 Noninflammatory disorders of female genital tract
N99 Other disorders of genitourinary tract

O00-O99 Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Puerperium

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O00-O08 Pregnancy with abortive outcome
O10-O16 Edema, proteinuria, and hypertensive disorders in pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium
O20-O29 Other maternal disorders predominantly related to pregnancy
O30-O48 Maternal care related to the fetus and amniotic cavity and possible delivery problems
O60-O75 Complications of labor and delivery
O80-O84 Delivery
O85-O92 Complications predominantly related to the puerperium
O94-O99 Other obstetric conditions, not elsewhere classified

Quick Screen for Women's Health Dysfunction

See the sections that follow for the entire screen. The following should be performed on all women:

  • Breast health screening

  • Risk factors for heart disease

  • Risk factors for osteoporosis

  • Risk factors for pelvic floor dysfunction

  • Risk factors for pregnancy-induced pathology

  • High-risk conditions in pregnancy

From World Health Organization. International Statistical Classification of Diseases, ed. 10. with permission.

The Female Reproductive System

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Female reproductive system.

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The hormonal levels during a normal menstrual cycle.


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Fetal Growth & Changes During Pregnancy
Trimester/Weeks Fetus Mother


0 through 12

Implantation of fertilized egg @ 7–10 d after fertilization

Fetus growth approx 6–7 cm & 2 oz

Fetus has heartbeat, can kick, turn head, swallow ↑ Fatigue

Urination frequency

Possible nausea & vomiting

↑ in breast size Wt gain of ≤3 lb

↑ in emotionality


13 through 26

Fetus growth approx 19–23 cm; wt 1–2 lb Fetus has eyebrows, eyelashes, fingernails

Visible growth of abdomen (growth of baby)

Movement felt by 20 wk


27 through 40

By birth, baby 33–39 cm; wt 5–10 lb

Uterus large

Contractions occur often but felt occasionally

Mother c/o frequent urination, back pain, leg edema, fatigue, round ligament pain, SOB, constipation


Stage 1: cervical dilation & effacement

Stage 2: position changes, pushing, & expulsion

Stage 3: expulsion of placenta, uterus contracts & ↓ in size for 3–6 wk post delivery

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Anatomical/Physiological Changes of Pregnancy
Systems/Body Changes Risk
Weight ↑ in wt 25–27 lb

May gain excess wt

↑ Risk obesity

Uterus & connective tissue

Uterus ↑ 5–6 × in size, 20 × in Vwt

Ureters enter bladder perpendicular due ...

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