The biological and theoretical puzzle of uterine pain in childbirth remain unsolved. The reading of the Old and New Testament does not explain if the pain derive by uterine contractility or by the anguish to deliver out of the terrestrial Paradise. The uterine contractility has to be conscious to allow the mather to reach the right place to protect the fur lacking baby, as the must anautonomous, for a long time after the birth living being of the primate. The meaning of pain in general is not jet defined. T he emotional componemt of pain seems to be prevalent. The role of pain in de fens mechanism seems to be unquestionable. Defens mechanism in labour from what? W hy the componemt of pain become prevalent in the consciousness of uterine contractility in the human being? The anthropological approach to the problem from the very beginning of human being until now I think could be very helpful.