hi there,your description fits that of infection with clamydia. Between half and three-quarters of all women who have a chlamydia infection
of the cervix (cervicitis
) have no symptoms and do not know that they are infected. In men, infection of the urethra
) is usually symptomatic, causing a white discharge from the penis with or without pain on urinating (dysuria).These organism are difficult to grow by conventional method and so are not easily detected on microscopic exam or on culture of urine.Special tests need to be done to detect these organism.It is treatable with antibiotics like azithromycin
or doxicyclin but it is very improtant that both the partners are treated simultenously and complete course of antibiotic is taken.Hope this helps.