My Ex-Wife and Kids Came In Like A Wrecking Ball Chapter 1831-Mary patiently everything in the inspection report to Andrius, which included the pathology, causes, and possible future development of his condition.
In the end, she raised her eyes to look at the man and quietly thought, ‘He’s not a medical professional, so he probably didn’t understand.’
“I understand, it seems that there is a problem with my medication. If it continues to develop, it will turn into stomach cancer! If I want a cure, I must stop the medication and take good care of it for three or four months. Right?”
This summary saved Mary a lot of trouble. He understood it all!
“You’ve been taking long-term medication? What kind of medicine?” Mary grasped the key point. She could not help but wonder why he needed to take long-term medication since he appeared to be well.
Andrius looked a little hesitant.
“It’s best not to hide anything in front of a doctor. You have to understand that this is about your life!” Mary raised her voice, showing a serious expression.
However, Andrius still kept quiet.
His eyes were a little dazed.
Mary was even more anxious, but she noticed the sudden melancholy in the man’s eyes. She had no choice but to hold back her impatience and waited.
“Actually, I have very serious depression!” Andrius suddenly smiled.
That smile, however, tinged with a few wisps of self- deprecating bitterness.
Mary was dumbfounded.
She thought about other hidden diseases, but she never expected it to be depression.
‘However… He doesn’t look depressed no matter what!’
Andrius gave the impression that he was serious, mature and down-to-earth no matter when or where.
How could such a person be depressed?
Mary did not find it ridiculous. She just could not believe it.
As a doctor, she understood the pain of depression better than anyone else.
She was stunned for a few seconds, but Andrius turned around and said with a smile, “You can’t believe it right?
Even my family members don’t know about this disease! Of course, I hope you can keep a secret now that I’ve told you!”
A depressed person’s world would be gray and hopeless. They would have no interest in anything.
How could this have anything to do with Andrius?
He brought the Quirke Enterprise to its pinnacle and had been following Byron’s footsteps in the business world for a longtime.
He made people feel that he was always so sincere!
Mary nodded emphatically and promised to help him keep the secret.
Fortunately, what Andrius said next made her feel somewhat comforted.
“Thankfully, though I wasn’t sure if the medicine has taken effect, or my own mental state is constantly adjusting.
Recently, many dark thoughts have disappeared, especially my brother Byron and sister-in-law have gotten together. That felt like an encouragement. Slowly, I don’t feel too heavy anymore.”
Andrius looked at Mary seriously, and suddenly asked, “Do you believe me?”
“Of course! Of course, I believe you!” Mary responded hastily.
Her eyes quickly moved away, for fear of causing a misunderstanding to Andrius.
At this moment, she felt complicated.
Those melancholy eyes gave her the urge to hug him tight.
“Okay, now that we’ve found the problem. It’s probably because your medicine is too aggravating to your stomach. So, if it’s not necessary, don’t take any more of that medication. Is that okay?”
Back to the stomach problems, Mary discovered that these two problems Andrius encountered were really troublesome.
Neither depression nor stomach cancer were something to be taken lightly!
“Well, I understand now, and I will stop taking the medication. Also, what is the next treatment plan?” Andrius asked.
“I just sent the inspection report to Rosie. I can handle western medicine. She is better at traditional medicine and ancient needling. In short, don’t worry, you will be fine!” With conviction, Mary promised.