Normal report for your age
Hello mam, yes they would like to see the endometrial thickness again.
There is no need to repeat the biopsy now unless you have a repeat episode of spotting or bleeding per vaginum.Atrophy
of endometrium is common in menopause
and definitely it makes sampling a little difficult but is normal for your age and not pathological.
Biopsy was done to rule out malignancy and if there are no such changes then the situation is considered under control.
Moreover you are right in assuming that this excess thickness is because of fibroid
but if the size of fibroid is not increasing then there is no active intervention required.
injections are used to shed the extra endometrium but as you have had endometrial biopsy
already there is no need of depo in your case.
As you have got normal results in biopsy report and hoping that fibroids don't increase in size there is no risk of keeping your uterus in this condition provided there is no complaint of bleeding from vagina.
Wish you all the best.