In the early 1800’s, pregnancies that were aborted were usually a private matter between the woman and the providers, known as female healers. It was in this time that women were considered to be natural doctors because they were considered natural healers, which would later be replaced, by doctors, nurses and pharmacists (""Woman 's Healing Art: Domestic Medicine in the …show more content…
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