Fetterman will use the upcoming two weeks with his family and constituents in Pa., returning to Washington D.C. when the Senate session resumes on April 17.
BRADDOCK, Pa. — On Friday, U.S. Senator John Fetterman was discharged from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and returned to Braddock.
In February, Fetterman reportedly had severe symptoms of depression with low energy and motivation, minimal speech, poor sleep, slowed thinking, slowed movement and feelings of guilt and worthlessness, but no suicidal ideation.
Symptoms had progressively worsened over the proceeding eight weeks and Fetterman reportedly stopped eating and drinking, causing him to develop low blood pressure potentially affecting brain circulation.
The Pa. senator was voluntarily admitted to the Neuropsychiatry Unit on Feb. 15. Today, he was officially discharged.
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