Sheehan's assistant, Tiffany Burns, said the activist went to the emergency room Thursday after speaking at a national convention of the Veterans for Peace, the Waco Tribune-Herald reported. Burns said Sheehan went back to the hospital Friday on the advice of doctors and was expected to be released Saturday.
A Providence Health Center nursing supervisor said Sheehan was probably in stable condition Friday evening, but she had not seen an official report.
Sheehan, who had been on an all-liquid diet as part of a plan to fast until World Peace Day next month, also underwent a dilation and curettage procedure, which features a biopsy of scrapings from the lining of the uterus, after she experienced heavy bleeding.
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