|dehydration icd 10 pregnancy||1.84||0.2||4711||22|
|pregnancy with dehydration icd 10||0.31||0.3||1286||54|
|pregnancy with dehydration icd 10 code||1.81||1||7002||99|
|dehydration during pregnancy icd 10 code||0.67||0.7||4973||82|
|dehydration affecting pregnancy icd 10||0.06||1||6258||20|
|icd 10 code for pregnancy with dehydration||1.88||0.6||2894||88|
Dehydration can lead to lower levels of amniotic fluid, which can influence the baby’s development, lead to preterm labor, and can affect the production of breast milk. Dehydration can cause deficiencies in nutrients that are vital for the health of the pregnant woman and the developing baby.Does pregnancy cause dehydration?
Dehydration is problematic for anyone, but it is even more dangerous for pregnant women. Dehydration in pregnant women can cause reduction of amniotic fluid, which can lead to birth deformities. Dehydration also causes muscle spasms and labor contractions, according to Epigee Women’s Health.