I don't know if I'm the oldest female here at 68, but if there are some post-menopausal women who could give their opinions I'd appreciate it. I'm not feeling well - thought I had a urinary tract infection, but now I'm thinking maybe it's a yeast infection which I've had many times before. I don't itch, it's uncomfortable when I pee but not really painful, and although I've had a normal very slight occassional pale pink discharge for years (checked out by doctor and normal for me since menopause), it's a little more now. Might this be the result of a yeast infection aggravating things? Oh, I've been celibate for 4 years, have never had STDs or any virus and only had 3 sexual partners, 2 of whom were virgins as I was and the other used condoms. Have gotten urinary tract infections and yeast infections rather easily, though not very frequently. I'm doing the 3 day Monistat treatment and hoping this will take care of it. Question: has anyone (older lady) had this kind of thing and if so, what was the result?