NFL athlete Ryan Switzer’s 9-month-old son was hospitalized for heavy bleeding and coronavirus, where he underwent emergency surgery.
Ryan Switzer, a Cleveland Browns player in the NFL game, said his 9-month-old child was released from the hospital after undergoing life-saving surgery.
One TMZ Sports wroteSwitzer said his youngest son Christian was hospitalized on March 6 after waking up with his own blood in the morning. The baby was also infected with the coronavirus, which made the situation worse.
A team of doctors, including a pediatric gastroenterologist, feverishly searched for the source of Christian’s bleeding, and finally decided to perform emergency surgery on him on March 7.
During the examination, the doctor found that multiple bleeding points had formed in the child’s body, but they were unable to determine the source of the problem. Her parents were totally desperate because the baby still lost too much blood after the operation and eventually needed three drops to stabilize his hemoglobin level.
On March 8, the situation finally improved, the bleeding stopped and Christian’s condition began to improve. The next day, the doctors judged that the child’s condition was stable enough for him to continue to recover at home.
There are still many questions about Christian’s condition, but his recovery seems to be moving in the right direction.
We did not get a clear answer as to why all this happened to him, but we saw that he did not bleed to sleep all night, and woke up in a playful mood in the morning. The father breathed a sigh of relief.