If you think you may have contracted an STD, please see a doctor for help. It's nothing to be embarrased about and the sooner you know if you have or haven't contracted an STD, the sooner you can deal with it.
You can also discuss why you are spotting since you have mentioned you have gone through menopause.
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Protein in urine can be an indication of kidney disease. This article Your Kidneys and How They Work may be helpful. Other conditions that can cause protein in urine are diabetes, and pre-eclampsia in pregnancy.
Are you being tested for diabetes or kidney disease? Are you pregnant? We have several communities that may be helpful to you:
Can you get hold of your husband's medical or pharmacy records? That would probably be the easiest thing to do. A pharmacist may also be able to help you do a database search of medications withdrawn from the market by the FDA. You may also want to use the Google Scholar search engine to see if you can find any articles that would name the medication you are looking for.
You may want to post your questions on our Asthma Community to see if community members can reacall the medication you are trying to look up.