Dr. Teddy Tadros is an OB-GYN. He is a member of the Organizing Scientific Committee of the Lebanese Fertility Society and is a skilled professional who puts patient comfort and well-being at the forefront.
Dr. Tadros earned his medical degree from Saint Joseph University, Beirut. He then completed his fellowship in “In Vitro Fertilization” at Antoine-Béclère hospital, Clamart, France; and at Foch hospital, Suresnes, France. He has also completed a diploma in Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology in the University of Paris Descartes, Paris, France.
Patients see Dr. Tadros for a variety of reasons including In Vitro Fertilization Consultation, abnormal pap tests, breast concerns, sexually transmitted infections, cancer risk screening, absent or irregular menstrual cycles, menstrual, intercourse, and pelvic pain, urinary or vaginal infections, pregnancy testing, HPV counseling and vaccination as well as sexuality and relationship counseling and family planning consultation
Dr. Tadros is proactive, supportive, and believes in delivering appropriate care to each patient. He concentrates on providing better healthcare and is eager to be able to serve women at all stages of life.
- Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist, Saint Joseph Medical University, Beirut, Lebanon
- FELLOWSHIP IVF (IN VITRO FERTILISATION) at Antoine-Béclère hospital, Clamart, France; and at Foch hospital, Suresnes, France
- French Interuniversity Diploma in Fertility Preservation,University of Paris Sud, Paris, France
- French Interuniversity Diploma in Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology, University of Paris Descartes, Paris, France
- Specialized Medical Training Diploma, University of Paris Descartes, Paris, France
- IVF (IN VITRO FERTILISATION) CONSULTANT
- Abnormal Pap tests
- Breast concerns
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- Sexually transmitted infections
- Absent or irregular menstrual cycles
- Menstrual, intercourse, and pelvic pain
- Urinary or vaginal infections
- Genital rashes and warts
- Sexuality and relationship counseling
- Counseling and prescription for Emergency Contraception
- Family planning consultation
- Pregnancy testing, counseling and referrals
- HPV counseling and vaccination
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- Cancer risk screening
Research & Clinical Interest
- Hormonal and Ultrasonographic markers of the ovarian follicle status in particular anti-Müllerian hormone
- Member of the organizing scientific committee of the Lebanese fertility society 2016
Achievement & Recognition
- New automated antimüllerian hormone assays are more reliable than the manual assay in patients with reduced antral follicle count.
Authors: Tadros T, Tarasconi B, Nassar J, Benhaim J-L, Taieb J, Fanchin R.
Fertil Steril. 2016;106(7):1800-1806.
- Steroid hormone pretreatments in assisted reproductive technology.
Authors: Nassar J, Tadros T, Adda-Herzog E, Ayoubi JM, Fanchin R.
Fertil Steril. 2016;106(7):1608-1614.
- Non-equivalence of anti-Müllerian hormone automated assays-clinical implications for use as a companion diagnostic for individualised gonadotrophin dosing.
Authors: Iliodromiti S, Salje B, Dewailly D, Fairburn C, Fanchin R, Fleming R, Li HWR, Lukaszuk K, Ng EHY, Pigny P, Tadros T, van Helden J, Weiskirchen R, Nelson SM.
Hum Reprod. 2017;32(8):1710-1715.
- Serum antimüllerian hormone levels are independently related to miscarriage rates after in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer.
Authors: Tarasconi B, Tadros T, Ayoubi JM, Belloc S, de Ziegler D, Fanchin R.
Fertil Steril. 2017;108(3):518-524.
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