Kyle Mitchell fans post health update He was hospitalized urgently this week.
“I’m fine. I’m here. I’m smiling.” ‘Good Burger’ star It started with a video posted on Instagram early Saturday.
He later recalled: “On Tuesday, I was shopping and all of a sudden the whole room started spinning.”
Mitchell, 45, said he thought he was dehydrated, so he bought some food and water.
“When I did that, my whole right arm and leg went numb, and then I couldn’t swallow — and that’s when I panicked,” he continued.
Mitchell said he immediately decided to drive to the hospital himself. Upon arriving at the hospital, he became even more concerned when he failed a mobility test in his arms and legs.
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The Nickelodeon alum said he underwent a series of tests, including a CT scan and an electrocardiogram, and said he discovered his health issues stemmed from a previous injury.
“What we were worried about wasn’t true. It was actually a bulging disc from a previous injury that I had that was compressing a nerve and mimicking all of these symptoms that I was experiencing,” he explained.
The comedian ended the video by thanking God, his family, friends and fans for all the support he received during his stay in hospital.
Mitchell wrote in the caption: “For those of you who are curious about recent events and my well-being, please thank you for caring and sending love your way. This should lead to some clarity ” He added verse 3 John 1:2 of the Bible.
Mitchell briefly talks about his health scare for first time In an Instagram post Thursday.
“Grateful for the outpouring of prayers and positive vibes surrounding me during a truly horrific time,” he said in a screenshot of a written statement at the time.
“The fear is real, but so is the support. By the grace of God and the skill of the medical team, I am now recovering at home, embraced by the love of my family.”
He concluded: “Your kindness has been my lifeline and I can’t thank you enough. Lots of love to each and every one of you.”
Following Mitchell’s update, his longtime colleague and friend Kenan Thompson Upload to Instagram Sharing photos of the two wearing “Good Burger 2” costumes on the set of the upcoming movie.
“So happy my brother is feeling better!!! Double the trouble, double the pie, double the fun!! 🍔🍔,” the 45-year-old “Saturday Night Live” star wrote in the caption of the post road.
Thompson and Mitchell will reprise their iconic roles as Dexter and Ed in the 1997 comedy “Good Burger,” the sequel to which will be released on Paramount+ on November 22.