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Spotting 4 years after last period

So I had my last period in 2018
and 3 days ago, went to the bathroom and saw spotting. Hasn’t happened since but so have some weird yellowish discharge that I haven’t had before. The very next day, saw my gyn, and checked everything and said she didn’t see any remnants of blood whatsoever. Ordered an ultrasound. Had the ultrasound done. Ovaries look fine, but this is what the endometrium portion says: Normal endometrium 0.2 with equivocal thickening near fundus 0.53 cm. No mass. If more imaging is suggested, recommend sonohysterography. I am so worried now. I work at a hospital and know the actual radiologist who read the report and also called another colleague I know that both said the US didn’t look worrisome but I should still have the sonohysterography. I have health anxiety so this is sending me into a rabbit hole. Can someone please give me some words of advise or experiences of their own please?
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It's always worrisome to think something is wrong. However, you haven't been flagged for follow up which they WOULD do if there was a concern and you had colleagues look at it. This is a normal thing that can happen. Maybe you had some type of yeast infection or vaginal infection since you mention yellow discharge and irritation of those membranes can result in spotting. But these things often get better on their own. I don't know . . . but I would not worry unless there is a reason and they didn't tell you to worry. So, hang in there. I think you're good
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