The fibroids, which are benign, are not related to lymphoid hyperplasia
. If however there is something that looks a fibroid, but is a malignancy, then that could be related.
The chance of malignancy are minuscule but is not the only reason to consider surgery. fibroid to respond to hormonal
fluctuations. The perimenopausal years,as much as a decade before the final menstrual period, can have wide hormonal fluctuations resulting in growth of the fibroids. You've already had several surgeries. It might be time for definitive surgery. If no malignancy is detected at the time of surgery, I strongly encourage you to retain your ovaries. That way you'll go through menopause
that's normal time. The average age in the US is 51.