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coded as N52.9, physician wants it changed to N40.1 AND N41.1.

Nancy Posted Tue 12th of April, 2016 17:43:39 PM
HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: Follow-up erectile dysfunction. No benefit with penile constriction ring. Here for discussion of options for erectile dysfunction Taking Flomax 0.8 mg, still voids every 1-2 hours. IMPRESSION: 1) PROSTATITIS; CHRONIC. 2) ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION; ORGANIC. Ongoing erectile dysfunction. Discussed options with PDE5 inhibitor's, he'll contact us for prescription. We spent 25 minutes today discussing his erectile dysfunction as well as his BPH with obstruction. He is currently using tamsulosin 00.4 milligrams twice daily. Options to improve frequency and urgency would be taking the Flomax or 0.8 mg once daily or trial Rapaflo, samples of Rapaflo provided.
SuperCoder Answered Wed 13th of April, 2016 01:51:06 AM
I would suggest to add the below mentioned ICD 10 codes N41.1 for Chronic Prostatitis, N40.0 for BPH with obstruction and N52.9 for Male erectile Dysfunction, unspecified. Patient suffers from ED, chronic prostatitis as well as BPH. Please add all these diagnosis.

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