Hot Flashes ICD 9 Code


Billable Medical Code for Symptomatic Menopausal or Female Climacteric States

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 627.2

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 627.2.

The Short Description Is: Sympt fem climact state.

Known As

Hot flashes are also known as hot flash due to medication, hot flashes menopausal female, hot flushes perimenopausal, menopausal concentration lack, menopausal flushing, menopausal headache,
menopausal hot flashes, menopausal sleeplessness, menopausal symptom, menopausal symptoms, menopausal syndrome, menopause, menopause finding, menopause present, menopause symptoms present, perimenopausal, perimenopausal (around the time of menopause), perimenopausal disorder, perimenopausal state, perimenopause (around the time of menopause), and premenopausal state. This applies symptoms, such as flushing, sleeplessness, headache, lack of concentration, associated with the menopause.

Hot Flashes Definition and Symptoms

Hot flashes are a symptom of menopause that cause a sudden feeling of warmth, typically intense, over the face, neck, and chest. These flashes are caused by hormone imbalances that occur during menopause. Hot flashes can occur in people who are not going through menopause but are not common. Symptoms include a sudden feeling of warmth, flushed blotchy skin, rapid heartbeat, sweating, and feeling chilled as the hot flash subsides.