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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel Chapter 26

Only a few people in the Nicholls family knew about Daisy helping her find a doctor. The only ones who could obstruct it were also these people.

Roger noticed that his mother was still worrying about this matter. He said in a low voice, “Mom, don’t worry. I’ve already sent someone to look for him. I believe we’ll have news soon.”

Daisy had no choice but to entrust it to Roger. “Alright,” she said. “I’ll leave it to you. I coughed severely yesterday… I probably won’t have the energy to handle this matter.” Daisy coughed after uttering a few remarks. It was evident that she was really not feeling well.

But Daisy’s words raised a hint of doubt in Sophie. She asked, “Daisy, did your condition worsen yesterday?”

Daisy did not reply, but Janice nodded on the side, saying, “Yeah. The flaring up of Mrs. Daisy’s illness this time is rather suspicious. After taking a nap yesterday afternoon, she suddenly started coughing severely. Just a moment ago, she even coughed up blood.”

Daisy tried to stop Janice, saying, “Janice… Before she could finish, she coughed again.

Sophie said to Janice, “Janice, you’ve been with Daisy all along. Do you remember how this illness

started?”

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As this matter was brought up, Daisy and Roger’s faces were a little grim.

Janice did not hide it. She said angrily, “When Mr. Roger was ten, Mrs. Jasmine and Mrs. Rebecca took Mrs. Daisy on a yacht trip to the island. Somehow, Mrs. Daisy fell off the boat, nearly drowning. Fortunately, there was a fisherman nearby who was a good swimmer. He rescued her, but she remained unconscious. She had a fever for three days straight. At that time, Mr. Peter was still around, and he sought the best doctors in the country to bring Mrs. Daisy back from the brink of death. However, the infection in her lungs was severe, leading to a weakening of multiple organs. Although she was saved, her health has never been good, especially her cough. It almost accompanies her for life…

Janice became sadder as she spoke. Her eyes had turned teary.

Daisy also lowered her head, seemingly unwilling to think about past events.

Sophie, upon hearing it, felt that Daisy’s falling into the water was suspicious. But she found an even more peculiar point. After treating lung infection and the weakening of multiple organs, the prognosis should be good. Moreover, given the Nicholls family’s ability to afford medical care, Daisy’s health issues should have been healed long ago and there was no way that she would have a lifelong cough.

Upon thinking about this, Sophie’s expression turned serious. She said to Janice, “Janice, go close

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Sensing something off in Sophie’s expression, Janice immediately went to close the door.

Roger’s gaze turned slightly serious. He said to Sophie, “What did you discover?”

Sophie shook her head and said, “Not yet, but I’m going to find out soon.”

In the midst of the conversation, Sophie unexpectedly took hold of Daisy’s hand and earnestly checked her pulse.

Daisy could not help but be stunned. “Sophie, you know medical skills?” she asked. She thought, Seriously? I’ve never heard that Sophie knows anything about medical skills.

Sophie did not say much. Previously, she had spent a lot of money to acquire many ancient medical skills just to heal her own legs. Since then, she had been treating herself while also making

money.

But she had never treated anyone else before. She had merely answered some questions several times posed by medical researchers on foreign websites regarding difficult and complex diseases.

Unexpectedly, quite a few people contacted her via email, asking numerous peculiar questions. After answering for a while, people abroad called her a miracle healer and even gave her a name.

However, she never cared about these things. After all, practicing medicine in her home country. required a medical license. She did not consider herself a doctor, so she modestly replied, “I’ve merely read a few books on traditional medicine.”

Sophie had already figured out the issue as she spoke. Daisy and Janice noticed Sophie’s furrowed brow getting tighter and tighter,

Roger’s gaze turned slightly serious. Sensing the quiet atmosphere, he asked after a long while, “How is it?”

Sophie placed her hand down, feeling uneasy. After pondering for a moment, she said tactfully. “It’s as I thought. Daisy’s health shouldn’t be this bad. It should be due to taking medication that harms her lungs for an extended period. Her entire body is now in a state of chronic poisoning. She likely ate something yesterday at noon that stimulated the properties of the medication.”

“Poisoning?” Janice asked. She was startled, her face immediately turning pale. “No way! Mrs. Daisy goes for a health check–up every month. She also goes for regular follow–up examinations. There’s no way the doctors wouldn’t notice.”

Daisy also looked horrified, finding it hard to believe that she was poisoned.

Roger was the only one who was calm. His gaze was profound. He had long sensed that something was wrong with his mother’s health. Even the hospital for Daisy’s follow–up examinations and

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check–ups was arranged by him. However, none of these people had noticed that she was poisoned.

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Sophie did not want to overly scare Daisy, but at this point, there was no choice. She had to tell the truth. “Daisy, you always sought medical care from doctors who practice modern medicine, right?” Sophie said. “While it’s considered poison, it is also a type of medicinal herb in traditional medicine. That’s why even regular blood tests won’t detect it. Plus, the symptoms are not obvious. making it even harder for doctors who practice modern medicine to notice.” She then thought, ‘If I hadn’t studied ancient traditional medicine, perhaps it would be difficult to discern this pulse

pattern.

Daisy’s face turned pale involuntarily. She did not expect someone in her own family to be so malicious toward her, administering such subtly detectable poison. “Sophie, can this kind of poison be detoxified?” she asked.

Seeing her looking worried, Sophie held her hand to comfort her. “Daisy, it’s going to be fine,” she said. “This poison only becomes harmful with long–term consumption. You only need to figure out what causes the poisoning and stop taking it. I’ll then brew some traditional medicine to let you detoxify and regulate your body. You’ll be okay after some time.”

Hearing this, Daisy breathed a sigh of relief and said, “That’s good then. That’s good then.”

But Janice still looked worried. “But what did Mrs. Daisy consume that caused the poisoning?” she asked. She had been taking care of Daisy closely but did not know what Daisy had eaten that led to the poisoning.

Roger frowned in deep thought for a moment. He then suddenly said, “Bring me all the medicines my mom has been taking over the years.”

Janice’s eyes lit up suddenly. She said, “Yes. That’s right. The only medicines Mrs. Daisy takes regularly are these medicines!”

Janice took out all the medicine boxes as she spoke, but the three of them had no clue about how to proceed.

Sophie, seeing the situation, reached out and took the medicines to have a look. Apart from two. common medications, there were also several regular supplements.

Sophie furrowed her brows slightly and opened each of these supplements, smelling them one by one. Indeed, one of them had an issue. “It’s this one,” she said. “There is the smell of this medicine inside.”

Seeing that box of medicine, Daisy’s face turned pale. She said, “This is…”

Roger immediately asked with a serious expression, “Mom, who gave you this supplement?”

Feeling helpless, Daisy had no choice but to say, “Actually, this medicine was bought for me by your aunt. It’s Aunt Karen.”

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“Aunt Karen?” Roger said. His expression was slightly grim.

Daisy said with an incredulous expression, “Yes… Your aunt cares about me and often brings me some supplements. This is not the only one from her. Those are from her too…”

Sophie looked at the other medicines and found no issues. She could tell that Daisy found it hard to believe her sister had a problem. She furrowed her brows and said to Roger, “This box has clearly been resealed by someone. It may not necessarily be done by Karen. It seems that we need to thoroughly investigate who replaced the medicine.”

Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel by Veronica Winifred

Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel by Veronica Winifred

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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife by Veronica Winifred” Sophie Bourn finally managed to escape from the Bourn family. However, she never expected that it would be in the way of a marriage as a stand-in bride. It was all because Laura, the biological daughter of her foster parents, did not want to marry a blind man. Therefore, Sophie’s foster mother forced her to leave the Bourn family and take Laura’s place. To outsiders, Sophie seemed like a disabled girl who could only live in a wheelchair, but little did they know that Sophie was skilled in medicine and had long since cured her legs.Roger Nicholls was a pampered and privileged young man from a wealthy family, yet he was “blind.” At the arrangement of his family, he was forced to marry Miss Bourn, who was also disabled. After they got married, Sophie gradually found out that her “blind” husband was a bit strange. He couldn’t see anything but would ask her to close the door when she showered. When she got hurt, he would help her immediately. Could it all be a coincidence? It wasn’t until one day, when Sophie was almost killed and he came to her rescue, that Sophie realized he wasn’t actually blind.

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