Is it safe in women to have 10-12 pus cells in urine?
No, it is not safe. One should consult a doctor to know what is causing pus cells in urine.
Yes, it is rare but asymptomatic bacteriuria can occur. Research suggests that this is more common in older adults than younger adults.
You are recommended to drink plenty of fluids, wash front to back, and practice good sexual hygiene. However, if the infection does not subside then you might need antibiotics.
It is an infection of any part of the urinary system which includes the urinary tract, kidneys and urethra.
If pus cells are more than 10 HPF then you are most likely suffering from an UTI infection.