Vulvar pain lasting 3 months or more; occurs in the absence of relevant visible findings, relevant lab abnormalities, or a clinically identifiable neurologic disorder
2015 ISSVD class...
Vulvodynia is a clinical diagnosis, and it should be suspected in any women with chronic pain at the introitus and vulva.
Pain should be characterized using a standard measure such as the McG...
N94.819 Vulvodynia, unspecified
N94.818 Other vulvodynia
N94.810 Vulvar vestibulitis
625.70 Vulvodynia, unspecified
625.79 Other vulvodynia
625.71 Vulvar vestibulitis
Vulvodynia is a clinical diagnosis; it should be suspected in any woman with chronic pain at the introitus and vulva.
A decrease in pain may take weeks to months and may not be complete...
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