Cleveland Browns wide receiver, Ryan Switzer, announced that his infant son is once again hospitalized and is currently undergoing a blood transfusion.
Switzer, age 26, took to Twitter today, March 21, to give an update on his infant son’s health. Switzer’s son, Christian, was born in May 2020 and had also tested positive for COVID-19. Earlier last week, Christian had undergone surgery after being hospitalized for unexplained bleeding.
“We’re frustrated but more so just exhausted seeing our son suffer,” Switzer wrote. “We’re asking for prayers for the doctors as they work to find a diagnosis & strength for Christian as he battles.”
Doctors have yet to reveal what is the cause of the bleeding, according to Switzer.
Today, Switzer took to Twitter to announce that Christian is currently undergoing a blood transfusion. The transfusion will increase Christians’ blood count, and stabilize him enough to undergo more testing.
“Christian is currently undergoing another transfusion. His hemoglobin dropped too much overnight. He needs his count back up in order to be stable enough for scans today. We’re asking for prayers that the blood takes to him safely & for a diagnosis today.” Switzer wrote on his Twitter.
All Switzer asked of his followers for their prayers for Chrisitan makes a quick recovery.
Switzer previously played for the Pittsburgh Steelers but left during the beginning of the 2020 regular season. He is currently playing as the wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns practice squad.
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