Ryan Switzer’s son out of surgery; still bleeding

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

NFL wide receiver Ryan Switzer posted that his young son Christian was out of surgery on Sunday. But after the surgery, Christian still had complications.

Christian first needed medical attention on Saturday. He had woken up in his blood.

Hospital (Photo by Pixabay)

“Christian is finally out of surgery,” Switzer said on Twitter. “The GI Specialist found several sites of bleeding. He took samples that were sent off to biopsy to see what could be causing it. He’s stable right now and resting.”

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Switzer – who is signed to a futures contract with the Cleveland Browns – said that his son had more bleeding last night.

“Christian is still having episodes of bleeding,” he said on Twitter. “It’s going to be a long day or so until the results of the tissue come back. Please pray for our baby. And please add my wife to the prayer list as she has to be strong for both of us at the hospital.”

There has been no other update on Christian’s condition at this time.

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