ALEXANDRA MATEI, CRINGU IONESCU, MIHAI DIMITRIU, CORINA ILINCA, DIANA GHEORGHIU, MIHAI BANACU, DAN CALIN, LIANA PLES, ADRIAN NEACSU, GEORGE ROSU PHARMACOLOGIC THERAPY IN POSTPARTUM PELVIC PAIN MANAGEMENT Women’s perception on childbirth experience is frequently related to pain struggle, regardless the type of birth. We aimed to present our Department’s experience on pharmacologically treating postpartum related pain. We developed a 6 months retrospective, descriptive study which included a number of 305 patients. Two sample patients were formed depending on the type of birth. In the sample of vaginal delivery a correlation between episiotomy and Paracetamol consumption was found (Pearson correlation of 0.238). In the sample of cesarean section births, for Acupan, Ketoprofen and Algifen the correlations with epidural anesthesia are negative and statistically significant at the 99.9% confidence level.