Sen. John Fetterman was hospitalized Wednesday after feeling dizzy, his staff said.

«Initial tests showed no evidence of a new stroke,» said Joe Calvello, communications director for the Pennsylvania Democrat.

The senator, who suffered a stroke in May that compromised his speech processing ability for months, began feeling dizzy after a retreat by lawmakers and members of his staff rushed him to George Washington University Hospital, according to Calvello.

Fetterman, 53, will stay there overnight while doctors run additional tests.

«He’s in good spirits and talking to his staff and his family,» Calvello said.

In October, in the midst of a close race for the Senate seat with Mehmet Oz, Fetterman said his stroke and recovery «change everything» but would not affect his ability to serve in the Senate.

“I don’t think it’s going to have an impact,” said Fetterman, who resumed his duties as Pennsylvania lieutenant governor in May but did not begin appearing at public campaign events until mid-August. “I feel like I’m going to get better and better, every day. And for January, I’m leaving [to] be, you know, much better.»

His primary care physician provided a medical update that month, stating that Fetterman «had no work restrictions and is able to work in public office.»

The month after his stroke, Fetterman said the stroke was not the first time he had suffered from symptoms of a heart condition. In 2017, her doctors diagnosed him with atrial fibrillation, an irregular heart rhythm, and decreased heart pump, but he didn’t follow up with doctors or take recommended medication, she said.