Funny ICD-10 Codes for Valentine’s Day Celebration

February is the month of love, where every valentine will wait to celebrate and every single will wait to became a couple. In this day will anybody think about the medical billing and medical coding, absolutely not? However you need to be prepared for all sweet happening and mishaps for Valentine’s Day in 2020.

ICD-10 Codes for Valentines Day

No matter what goes awry, though, trust that there’s an ICD-10 code for it.

First of all, every Valentine’s Day begins with a gift. Buying and sending gifts to our loved ones will bring huge happiness.

  • 230 (Every Rose has its thorn) – Puncture wound without foreign body of right index finger without damage to nail.
  • XXXA Contact with nonvenomous plant thorns and spines and sharp leaves, initial encounter
  • 1 – Allergic rhinitis due to pollen

W49.04XA Ring or other jewelry causing external constriction

L23.0 Allergic contact dermatitis due to metals

Cupid Arrow Can Be Dangerous
W45 – Foreign Body or Object Entering Through Skin

Here we have codes for pierce of real arrow if cupid fails to strike with its mighty one.

R73.9 Hyperglycemia, Unspecified

When you plan for romantic dinner with your loved one, don’t overindulge in chocolate delicacies, such as eating too many chocolate-covered strawberries and raspberry chocolate tortes

R45.83 Excessive Crying

Not all are lucky this valentine. If you are single this Valentine’s Day, then you need to keep this code handy.

Z63.0 (Problems in Spouse or Partner Relationship)

Just reconcile your difference with your sweetheart, to make the day best

142.9 – Cardiomyopathy, unspecified

If you have a breakup recently or feeling heartbroken you need to take yourself to a medical professional.

R78.0 – Alcohol in blood

A couple glasses of bubbly with a romantic dinner or a bottle of wine while crying over Pride & Prejudice are acceptable, but take care not to over indulge.

R03 .0 – Elevated Blood-Pressure Reading, Without Diagnosis of Hypertension

Keep the stress to a minimum—and maybe don’t put the ring in your partner’s dish, as mentioned in the previous section—and hopefully your blood pressure will remain at normal levels.

More ICD-10 Holiday Fun

For more holiday fun with ICD-10 codes, read these articles on Allzone Management Blog: New Year: ICD-10 Celebration Codes and for Christmas Season.

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