Celebration ObGyn Welcomes Dr. Yamines Alifonso-Amador, MD, FACOG

Celebration ObGyn Welcomes Dr. Yamines Alifonso-Amador, MD, FACOG


 Celebration ObGyn Welcomes Dr. Yamines Alifonso-Amador, MD, FACOG

Dr. Yamines Alifonso-Amador comes to us with 13 years of experience in Obstetrics and Gynecology.  Born in Puerto Rico, she attended the University of Puerto Rico, where she studied Biology and graduated Magna Cum Laude. From there, she attended Ponce School of Medicine to earn her the distinction as a Doctor in Medicine. Finally, she returned to the University of Puerto Rico and took part in the School of Medicine Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program.


She began to practice at HIMA San Pablo Hospital, Fajardo PR, where she served as a consultant and focused on prenatal care and management of high-risk obstetrical patients. Following this, she worked as a Doctor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Menonita Hospital, Caguas PR. In 2017, Dr. Alifonso-Amador moved to Corpus Christi, TX and joined the Corpus Christi Medical Center – Bay Area. At this time, Dr. Alifonso-Amador is distinguished as a Diplomat of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology as well as a Fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.


Dr. Alifonso-Amador recently moved to Florida with her husband (a Pediatric Urologist at Nemours Children’s Hospital), their two children, and their two French Bulldogs Lola and Tunka. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. In her spare time, Dr. Alifonso-Amador enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach, traveling, and dancing with her husband. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Alifonso-Amador, give us a call at 407-566-BABY.

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January 2021 Newsletter

21 Reasons To See A Gynecologist Before You Turn 21

21 Reasons To See A Gynecologist Before You Turn 21

21 Reasons To See A Gynecologist Before You Turn 21 

By: The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists (May 2020)


Although most teens do not need to have a Pap test until they are 21 years old, there are at least 21 reasons to see a gynecologist before then.



  1. Learn about healthy lifestyles, overall wellness, and feeling good about yourself.
  2. Discuss good habits for healthy bones.
  3. Learn about urinary tract infections (UTI) and the treatment options.
  4. Get treatment for vaginal itching, discharge, or other symptoms.



  1. Learn if your periods are normal.
  2. Get relief if your periods are painful.
  3. Discuss the causes of heavy periods.
  4. Discuss the timing of your periods and why bleeding may occur in between.
  5. Learn ways to deal with premenstrual syndrome (PMS).



  1. Learn how to have healthy romantic relationships.
  2. Learn what it means to be in a consensual relationship.
  3. Ask questions about what it means to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ).
  4. Learn about safe sex.
  5. Talk about how your reproductive system works.



  1. Discuss family planning options.
  2. Discuss the ideal time to start a family.
  3. Get tested for pregnancy.
  4. Begin your prenatal care.



  1. Learn how to lower your risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
  2. Get tested for STIs and HIV if you are sexually active.
  3. Get the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.

“When you meet with us here at Celebration ObGyn, our goal is to give you a chance to ask questions and learn about your health (body, mind & spirit) in a safe, open and nonjudgmental environment. Growing up can be scary and sometimes you do not know who or what to ask. No question is silly and all questions are welcomed! When we have facts about our health, we then have a solid foundation to grow and learn together to help you make the best decisions you can about your overall health.” Suzette C. Boyette, MSN, APRN 

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November 2020 Newsletter

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