Hi and thanks for the query,
Abortions early in pregnancy
usually are indicative of chromosomal abnormalities, uterine abnormalities or most of the time anti phospholipid syndrome
. Its very important and interesting you have most of this work up done already. Uterine fibroids, depending on the size and location in the uterus
could predispose to abortions. The sizes in your case are not that big. But it would be interesting to know exactly where these fibroids are located (fundus, cervical etc)
Its interesting chromosomal analysis have been done and work up for anti phosholipid syndrome. Its after these results that a clear idea could be gotten to develop an appropriate follow up and management strategy.
Thanks and hope this helps.